National Consumer Law Center, 1982 - Law - 142 pages
This text reviews information pertaining to the representation of debtors whose property has been or is about to be repossessed, security interests, default and acceleration, self help repossession, required notices, disposition of collateral, and defending the deficiency action surplus.
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