Smith v. Vodges,
92 U.S. 183 (1875)

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Smith v. Vodges, 92 U.S. 183 (1875)

Smith v. Vodges

92 U.S. 183


In order to defeat a settlement by a husband upon his wife, it must be intended to defraud existing creditors or creditors whose rights are expected shortly to supervene or those whose rights may and do supervene.

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