Wednesday, June 17, 2015

Fraudulent Transfer Judgment Relates Back to Lis Pendens

Mira Overseas Consulting Ltd. v. Muse Family Enters., No. B254298 (D2d2, as modified Jun. 30, 2015)

A property claim relates back to the filing of a lis pendens such that the judgment creditor has superior title to anyone who subsequently obtains an interest. And a fraudulent transfer claim that seeks, among other remedies, reconveyance of real property is a property claim for which a lis pendens can be filed. So in this case, plaintiffs’ fraudulent transfer judgment related back to their filing of a lis pendens on the affected property.


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