Prewit v. Wilson,
103 U.S. 22 (1880)

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Prewit v. Wilson, 103 U.S. 22 (1880)

Prewit v. Wilson

103 U.S. 22


l. A conveyance executed for a valuable and adequate consideration will be upheld against the creditors of the grantor, however fraudulent his purpose may have been, if the grantee had no knowledge thereof.

2. An antenuptial settlement of lands, though made by the settler with the design of defrauding his creditors, will not be set aside in the absence of the clearest proof of his intended wife's participation in the fraud.

The facts are stated in the opinion of the Court.

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