||CPE Credits: 2
Course Level: Intermediate
Prerequisite: Basic knowledge of property transfers
Often the principal culprits behind a fraud scheme are "judgment-proof," and have disposed of the original cache of illicit funds by moving the money offshore or otherwise secreting the funds. The Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act (UFTA) is a robust and effective legal mechanism, useful in recoupment of fraud-related losses.
This course will describe how the UFTA may be used to enable the seizure of the separate personal property and real estate of various family members, assistants and associates who become instruments of the scheme, often without understanding their own involvement. This is a widely misunderstood law and this course will show how the UFTA has an important role in fraud remediation cases. Discover the general purpose and function of the UFTA including the background, structure and elements, plus the traditional and practical applications by hearing actual case studies.
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Presenter: David Wall, CFE
Recording Date: March 31, 2011
Duration: 100 Minutes
field of study: Business Law
Last Updated: March 2013
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