REVOCATORY ACTION

REVOCATORY ACTION

revocatory action (rev-[schwa]-k[schwa]-tor-ee or ri-vok-[schwa]-tor-ee).Civil law. An action brought by a creditor to annul a contract that has been entered into by the debtor and that will increase the debtor’s insolvency. La. Civ. Code art. 2036. [Cases: Fraudulent Conveyances 205¨C328.]
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