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Category Archives: Judgment Recovery

Do’s and Don’ts of Post Judgment Enforcement

Do’s and Don’ts of Post Judgment Enforcement

Once an account has been reduced to judgment, the “judgment creditor” suddenly acquires new powers to collect the debt. This white paper comments on a few actions you may wish to take and those that you should not in this process. Careful analysis must be done before taking any action when collecting on a judgment, and we want… Continue Reading

CFPB Consent Order with Navy Federal – What is the Impact on You?

CFPB Consent Order with Navy Federal – What is the Impact on You?

On October 11, 2016 the CFPB inked a consent order in an administrative proceeding that they brought against Navy Federal Credit Union. A number of our credit union clients have called to discuss this development, so this article is intended to address those concerns. If you do not have a copy of the consent order… Continue Reading

When All Else Fails, Call the Sheriff: Replevins in Florida

When All Else Fails, Call the Sheriff: Replevins in Florida

You finance your member’s vehicle purchase, he defaults on the loan and hides your collateral from your repossession agent. Now you want to quickly recover that collateral through the legal system. Is this possible? Absolutely. At Hiday & Ricke, P.A., we know how important it is for you to quickly recover your collateral when a member defaults on their… Continue Reading

Update: Supreme Court Decision – Judgment Interest

Update: Supreme Court Decision – Judgment Interest

The Supreme Court of Florida recently announced an important new decision that will impact all judgment creditors in Florida. The Court recently overturned previous rulings concerning how judgment interest is to be accrued. As you may know, judgments in Florida are valid for a full 20 years from the date they are executed by the… Continue Reading

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