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Minnesota Collections Handbook, 2023-2024 ed. (Vol. 26, Minnesota Practice Series)

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Format: Book - softbound
Brand: Lawyers Cooperative Publishing
Copyright: 2023
ISBN: 9781731958518
Service #: 13979598
Sub #: 13979597
Pages: 372
Shelf Space: 1 in.
Publication Frequency: Updated annually
Update format: Replacement pamphlets

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Understand the practice, procedure, and substantive law of recovering money and property with Minnesota Collections Handbook. It covers topics including:

    • Prejudgment collection

    • Judgments

    • Garnishments

    • Replevin

    • Supplementary proceedings

    • Frequently encountered problems

This publication:

    • Includes detailed checklists that aid paralegals and other support staff in following mandatory procedures

    • Contains more than 80 forms that cover everything from suit authorization to garnishment requests

    • Addresses basic collection matters; step-by-step guidance through typical collections representation actions, both pre- and post-judgment

    • Provides clear, concise discussion of collections-related law

    • Contains instructions checklists, easy-to-use forms, letters, and supporting information

    • References Integrated Legal Research System and Fact Word/Legal Concept Index

    • Includes examples of negotiating settlements, garnishment, execution on real estate, replevin, and temporary restraining orders