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What Is Commercial Collections of Secured Property?

The commercial collection of secured property is an effort to collect secured property that is at the heart of a commercial debt. The property may be the originating factor of the debt (such as a commercial vehicle) or it may be collateral used to secure a debt (such as a loan).

The Basics of Commercial Collections of Secured Debt

The commercial collection of secured debts involves collecting the collateral of a business that has defaulted on an agreement to pay for services or to pay back a loan. As a secured creditor, you have specific rights that enable you to collect the secured debt. Read on to learn about the basic options you have for commercial collections of secured debt.

Get Paid: Commercial Collections of Unsecured Property

It can be hard to collect on past due accounts, especially when you're dealing with the collection of unsecured property. Fortunately, creditors do have rights (as the right commercial collections attorney can attest)! However, it is important for you to remember that every commercial collections account is different. In other words, some procedures for collection may work in some instances and not others and adaptability and experience are key.

Commercial Collection of Unsecured Property: What Are My Options?

Unsecured property is something that a debtor makes payments on, but there's no collateral that secures the loan. This means that if the debtor stops paying, the creditor has nothing that they will receive as payment. What are your options for the commercial collection of unsecured property?

5 Things You Need to Know about Enforcement of Post-Judgment Rights and Remedies

If you're owed money by a debtor and you obtain a judgment against the debtor, your work isn't over just yet. You now must take the necessary steps to enforce the judgment so that you can collect the money that's owed to you. Here are 5 things you need to know about enforcement of post-judgment rights and remedies.

You've Got the Judgment - Now What?

You've gone to court and secured a judgment against the debtor. Now what? Now you must enforce the judgment. Debtors don't necessarily pay just because a judgment is issued against them. An aggressive commercial collections lawyer can help you with enforcement of judgment even if the debtor leaves the state. Consider the following and then talk with an attorney to determine which option is best for you.

Commercial Debt Collection: What Happens If You Can't Collect?

If you're trying to collect on a commercial debt, you may wonder what happens if you're unable to recover what is owed to you. How you'll handle the situation largely depends on the facts involved. Read on for some suggestions on what you may want to consider doing.

What Methods Can Be Used for Commercial Debt Collection?

When accounts go past due, your business suffers. If you are considering bringing in a commercial collections lawyer to help you recover money owed to you, you're probably curious about the methods that can be used for commercial debt collection. In this post, you will learn about some of the techniques employed by experienced collections attorneys. However, every past due account should be carefully considered to choose the most effective and cost-efficient approach to collect on it. After all, it's all about protecting your financial interest.

What Are the Qualifications for a Prejudgment Writ of Attachment?

In California, a creditor can pursue a prejudgment attachment against a natural person if their claim is 1) commercial, and 2) based on a contract. If a creditor is concerned that their debtor may try to hide assets to avoid paying out on a debt, a prejudgment attachment can attach to a person's real estate or inventory (or anything that a company owns) and secure their payment.

Prejudgment Writ of Attachment: Protecting Your Ability to Get Paid

It's not uncommon for a business to provide goods or services to a customer and not be paid for those goods / services. Indeed, there are some people who just don't think that they should have to pay. Is your only option getting a judgment? Is there another option that protects your ability to get paid the money that you're owed pending judgment?

Commercial Debt Collections: What Happens When You're Ready to File a Lawsuit?

Not all debtors pay up. Sometimes, the best option for you to try and get the money that is owed to you is to sue the debtor to obtain a judgment against them. So, what happens when you're ready to file a lawsuit?

What Is Prejudgment Relief?

Prejudgment relief is also known as prejudgment remedies. It provides an opportunity for creditors to get paid on a past due account before a judgment is granted by the court. Prejudgment relief must be applied for to the court, and we can do it for you. A skilled collections lawyer can explain further.

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