Monday, May 10, 2010

Collecting a Debt in the United States (continued)

Collecting a Debt in the United States (continued)
Enforcing a Judgment Collection:
If you proceed through court to collect a debt and obtain a judgment against a debtor, you will be able to seize the judgment debtor’s money and/or property to satisfy the debt. In order to effectuate this process a judgment creditor must exercise caution to ensure that the assets seized actually belong to the debtor. As with other debt collectors, you must not engage in conduct that is deceptive, harassing, or threatening.
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