DEPRIZIO DOCTRINE

DEPRIZIO DOCTRINE

Deprizio doctrine. Bankruptcy. The rule that a debtor’s payment to an outside creditor more than 90 days before a bankruptcy filing is voidable as a preferential transfer if it benefits an inside creditor. Levit v. Ingersoll Rand Fin. Corp. (In re V.N. Deprizio Constr. Co.), 874 F.2d 1186 (7th Cir. 1989). [Cases: Bankruptcy 2608(2). C.J.S. Bankruptcy ¡ì¡ì 138¨C139.]
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