Leopold v. Tuttle - 378 Pa. Super. 466, 549 A.2d 151. 378 Pa. Superior Ct. 466 (1988) 549 A.2d 151. Fern J. LEOPOLD, Appellant, v.
DEL SOLE, Judge: This is an appeal from a trial court order denying the Appellant's request that a deed creating a tenancy by the entireties in the Appellee and his wife be set aside as fraudulent and the real estate be declared subject to execution by the Appellant judgment creditor.
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549 A.2d 151. Fern J. LEOPOLD, Appellant, v. Donald H. TUTTLE, Appellee. Superior Court of Pennsylvania. Submitted June 15, 1988. Filed September 19, 1988.
Jun 15, 1988 · FERN J. LEOPOLD, APPELLANT, v. DONALD H. TUTTLE, APPELLEE. Appeal from the Judgment entered November 2, 1987 in the Court of Common Pleas of Bradford County, Civil ...
in the court of common pleas of philadelphia county first judicial district of pennsylvania civil trial division ... see leopold v. tuttle, 378 pa. super. 466, 549 a ...
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Leopold v. Tuttle, supra, defines a future creditor as follows: *26 "[O]ne with a legal claim against a person at the time that person makes a conveyance, even one that has not yet been reduced to judgment or even filed, is a future creditor who is entitled to set aside the conveyance if he can show it was made with actual intent to hinder ...
Aug 21, 2017 · Leopold v. Tuttle , 378 Pa. Super. 466, 549 A.2d 151 (Sup. Ct. of Penn. 1988). The Leopold court would allow an Actual Intent Claim to be brought where "the conveying party can reasonably foresee incurring the costs of a claim or judgment at the time of the conveyance".