Subsequent-New-Value Defense

Subsequent-New-Value Defense

Definition

A creditor’s defense to an alleged avoidable preference that might allow the creditor to reduce its preference liability by the amount of value the creditor provided to the debtor or for the debtor’s benefit after the creditor received an allegedly preferential transfer but before the debtor filed the bankruptcy petition.

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