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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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Negotiation and Indorsement of Mortgage Notes in North Carolina

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Most homeowners are aware that there is a foreclosure crisis in the United States, but they may not understand precisely why there is a crisis. The crisis is caused, at least in part, by the sloppy record keeping of the ...

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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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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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Raleigh Construction Attorney: Collecting After Lien Period Has Expired

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Many contractors, sub-contractors and other construction businesses are aware of the 120 day rule regarding construction liens, which the firm has previously blogged about here, but a failure to lien within 120 days from the ...

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

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