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When Debt Collectors Attempt to Collect a Paid Debt | North Carolina Debt Collection Act Attorneys

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North Carolina law provides generous protections for debtors against harassment, coercion, and misrepresentation by debt collectors. While there are any number of ways a debt collector can run afoul of these statutes, one of ...

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Personal Guarantees on Commercial Contract Collections and the Typical Requirement of Two Signatures under North Carolina Law

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For many startup businesses, it can be impossible to obtain credit without offering a personal guarantee of an owner or officer. If the business is not successful, and cannot pay its debts, this guarantee can come back to ...

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Requests For Admissions Under the North Carolina Rules of Civil Procedure

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Pursuant to Rule 36 of the North Carolina Rules of Civil Procedure, any party to a lawsuit may serve written “Requests for Admissions” on any other party. Many Plaintiffs’ attorneys will serve Requests for Admissions ...

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Writ of Execution and Transcription of Judgment to Other Counties

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For many litigants, obtaining a judgment in trial court proceedings is easier than the part that comes after – collecting. Forcing a judgment debtor to pay is no easy task, even when the sheriff is involved. First, you have ...

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Lawsuits Against Collection Agencies for Harassment of North Carolina Debtors

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A creditor has a right to use a collection agency to attempt to collect unpaid debts. It does not, however, have the right to use the collection agency like an “attack dog.” North Carolina law provides that it is unlawful ...

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Threats and Coercion by North Carolina Collection Agency | Unfair Debt Collection Case

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North Carolina law prohibits a collection agency from using threats and coercion to attempt collect debt. If a collection agency does use such threats and coercion, the debtor may file a civil lawsuit to pursue actual ...

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Obtaining a Summary Ejectment and Money Damages in Wake County Based on Residential Rental Contract or Form 410-T

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Raleigh Architect Attorney and Contract Dispute Lawyer

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Most architects, engineers, and other construction professionals will eventually have a dispute requiring the assistance of a civil litigation lawyer. The Raleigh construction law firm of Maginnis Law has represented multiple ...

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North Carolina Deficiency Judgment Debt Collection Lawyer

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In North Carolina, commercial debt collectors are entitled to pursue deficiency judgments after a foreclosure on real property.  However, these types of lawsuits are much more complicated than a standard money-owed debt ...

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Bounced Check Remedies in North Carolina

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Business owners, what remedies are available to you if you’ve received a bounced check from another party? North Carolina, like many other states, allows you to receive additional damages separate and apart from the actual ...

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