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http://nycourts.law.com/CourtDocumentViewer.asp?view=Document&docID=46927 Judge Koeltl PLAINTIFF APPLIED, under Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 64 and Article 62 of the Civil Practice Law and Rules, for an order of attachment against defendants’ assets after defendants sold real property worth approximately $1.3 million. None of the proceeds of these sales went to defendants and at least $300,000 was transferred to an offshore company. Plaintiff argued that the circumstances of the transactions establish that defendants intend to frustrate enforcement of any judgment against them, and that plaintiff is therefore entitled to an attachment against the remainder of defendants’ assets. The court granted plaintiff’s motion for an attachment, finding that it showed that it is likely to succeed on its alter ego and reverse veil-piercing claims. The court added that plaintiff also showed that defendants disposed of the properties with actual intent to frustrate the enforcement of a judgment that might be rendered in plaintiff’s favor.

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