Debt Collection and the Enforcement of Money Judgments
Paul A. Peters, Esq.
Bulan Chiari Horwitz & Ilecki
•Learn how to handle all aspects of debt collections and the enforcement of money judgments
•Access forms for various debt collection procedures
•Understand restrictions on collection procedures
•Increase your confidence to institute suit
This book covers general debt collection practice in New York State and provides instruction on the pertinent current rules as well as guidelines, cautions, forms and recommendations. While this book is primarily intended as a guide for attorneys who regularly engage in debt collection and the enforcement of money judgments, from time to time virtually every attorney is called on by a friend or relative to provide advice or assistance in that area. With this in mind, this book may also serve as a text of first reference for attorneys who only occasionally practice in this area.
The new second edition, under the editorship of Paul A. Peters, not only updates case and statutory law but also addresses new issues within this field, providing in-depth analyses of key topics. From the determination of proper party defendants, claim and collection evaluation and preliminary investigation, through demands on the debtor, litigation alternatives and litigation procedures, Debt Collection and the Enforcement of Money Judgments offers assistance at every step.