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Late Fees in Commercial Debt Collection, Personal Debt Collection, Retail Debt Collection Loans and Promissory Notes

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In North Carolina commercial collection, retail debt collection, or consumer debt collection, late fees on a loan payment are permissible if agreed upon by the parties to the loan contract.  However, there are significant ...

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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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Raleigh Debt Collection Claims Against Creditors for Failure to Secure Required Permits

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When speaking with a Raleigh bankruptcy attorney or debt relief specialist, a debtor will first be asked to list his assets and identify amounts sought by creditors and collection agencies on their credit report.  In North ...

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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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Fair Credit Reporting Act – Ability to Sue for Inaccurate Disputed Information

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You may be aware of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, but you might not know as much about its companion consumer rights statute, the Fair Credit Reporting Act, or FCRA. FCRA provides you with rights regarding items ...

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Initiating a Collections Civil Lawsuit – Wage Garnishment in North Carolina

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With the economy still slow, more companies are initiating collections actions for money owed than ever before. When obtaining an attorney for creditor-debtor matters or collections, make sure that you discuss with your ...

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What is an Individual Left With After a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Filing

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A bankruptcy petition under Chapter 7 allows the bankruptcy trustee to liquidate any non-exempt assets of the filing debtor in an effort to pay off the debtor’s creditors. One question that individuals seeking protection ...

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Bankruptcy for Business Owners Facing Creditor Litigation

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I have business clients who are being sued by their creditors on breach of contract matters for money owed. Invariably, they want to know what their best option is. Is it defending the suit? Is it letting them get a judgment? ...

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The Importance of Utilizing an Attorney for Debt Collection

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Debt collectors have many restrictions on the manner in which they can collect a debt.  Did you know that, in North Carolina, attorneys are not subject to the same restrictions regarding debt collection that debt collectors ...

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