What is the intention of a debtor making a disposition that is intended to defeat, hinder or delay his creditors?

Ontario, Canada


The following excerpt is from Robertson v. Robinson, 1928 CanLII 23 (ON CA):

As to the intention to be inferred from a debtor making a disposition the necessary effect of which is to defeat, hinder, or delay his creditors, see Freeman v. Pope (1870), L.R. 5 Ch. 538, at p. 540.

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