Debtor-Creditor Law: Money Judgments, Fraud, Third Parties, and Liens

Debtor-Creditor Law: Money Judgments, Fraud, Third Parties, and Liens

Debtor-Creditor Law: Money Judgments, Fraud, Third Parties, and Liens provides current case law, practical guidance and numerous forms on key topics pertaining to third-party obligations, such as usury, guaranty, suretyship, subrogation and fraudulent conveyances; and satisfaction of obligations through non-judicial remedies, such as self-help repossession, mechanics’ liens and statutory liens, as well as through possessory proceedings, such as attachment, garnishment, replevin and mortgage foreclosure. Written by prominent scholars and practitioners in commercial law, Debtor-Creditor Law: Money Judgments, Fraud, Third Parties, and Liens provides important resources in the form of expert analysis, practical guidance and numerous forms on a variety of topics relating to debtor-creditor matters.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Confession of Judgment
Chapter 2 Trial Strategies and Techniques for Commercial Lawsuits
Chapter 3 Enforcement of Money Judgments: Objectives and Restrictions
Chapter 4 Collecting Money Judgments: Priorities and Procedure
Chapter 5 Constitutionality of Attachment, Garnishment, Replevin, and Execution
Chapter 6 Attachment
Chapter 7 Income Garnishment
Chapter 8 Replevin
Chapter 9 Fraudulent Conveyances
Chapter 10 Usury
Chapter 11 Guaranty
Chapter 12 Suretyship
Chapter 13 Subrogation
Chapter 14 Escrowees
Chapter 15 Mechanics’ Liens on Real Property
Chapter 16 Miscellaneous Statutory Liens
Chapter 17 Federal Tax Liens
Chapter 18 Mortgage Foreclosure
Chapter 19 Self-Help Repossession
Chapter 20

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