Protect Your Assets: How to Avoid Falling Victim to the Government's Forfeiture Laws

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Paladin Press, 1996 - Business & Economics - 113 pages
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It's the middle of the night, and suddenly you're awakened by a swarm of armed, blackclad law enforcement agents storming through your front door with a warrant to search your property. After ripping the place apart, they've found nothing illegal, but based on information they've obtained elsewhere, they inform you that your property is being seized.

If you think this couldn't happen to you, you'd better think twice. This book recounts the appalling true stories of countless innocent citizens whose lives have been turned upside down and torn apart by government confiscation of their homes, businesses, vehicles and bank accounts -- without due process. You'll find out how others like you have unwittingly fallen victim to this outrageous abuse of government power, exactly what circumstances can place you and your property at risk and what you can and must do to protect your assets before it happens to you.

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