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The Ability of Creditor to Offset Preferential Transfers By New Value

The circuits are split as to whether the "subsequent new value" defense in 11 U.S.C. § 547(c)(4) may be invoked by a creditor only when new value was unpaid at the end of the preference period, or only so long as the debtor does not make an otherwise unavoidable transfer on account...