Debt Collection and Judgment Enforcement, 2022-23
- William Ilecki, Esq.
Contents at a Glance
DEBT COLLECTION / Commercial Law League of America and Law Lists / Attorney Fees / Fees for Defending a Counterclaim / Disbursements / Receiving the Claim / Evaluating the Claim / Evaluating the Debtor / Identifying the Debtor / Restrictions on Debt Collection / Alternatives to Litigation / Instituting Suit / Preparing the Pleadings / Service of Process / Entry of Default Judgment / Pre-Judgment Remedies / JUDGMENT ENFORCEMENT / Compliance with Consumer Protection Statutes / General Overview of CPLR Article 52 / Obtaining Information to Enforce the Judgment / Actions Against Property / Judicial Liens on Real Property / Restraining Notice / Property Execution / Turnover Proceeding / Income Execution / Exemptions / Miscellaneous Provisions
Part of the New York Lawyers’ Practical Skills Series (PSS)
PC: 423823/423823E (PSS)
Debt Collection and Judgment Enforcement offers guidance on the basics of debt collection, from evaluating the claim and debtor, to demand upon the debtor and payment agreements, to alternatives to litigation. Topics such as the basics of instituting a suit, preparing the pleadings, service of process, entry of default judgments and pre-judgment remedies are included. The chapter on enforcement of money judgments includes guidance on restraining notices, subpoenas, orders, personal property executions and income executions.
Covering the procedures for debt collection and the enforcement of money judgments, this practice guide addresses restrictions on debt collection, alternatives to litigation, identification and evaluation of the debtor, and more.
This practice guide also includes a set of Downloadable Forms. The 2022-23 release is current through the 2022 legislative session.
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- March 7, 2023
- 416 pages