Whether the suit tannery sale deed was executed in fraud of creditors and thus, not binding?
Whether the sale deed in favour of the plaintiff is a genuine transaction?
Whether a suit under Section 53 of the Transfer of Property Act was to be filed by a representative of all the creditors and not just a single creditor?
Whether if the debtor had other property that would serve the interests of the creditors, would Section 53 still apply?
In the present case, the court considered multiple factors to come to the conclusion that the transfer of the suit tannery was done with an intention to delay/defeat the creditors.
Knowledge and concurrence on behalf of the plaintiff was enough to prove that the sale of the suit tannery was a scheme by Lala to put the property out of the reach of creditors.