Workouts and Enforcement for the Secured Creditor and Equipment Lessor

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Oxford University Press, 2008 - Law - 529 pages
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Workouts and Enforcement for the Secured Creditor and Equipment Lessor is a step-by-step guide, replete with practical forms, for attorneys to represent secured creditors and equipment lessors from the workout through the litigation and bankruptcy processes. A comprehensive treatise for the zealous yet efficient enforcement of the secured creditors and equipment lessors' rights--including strategies, applicable law, citations, and forms for maximizing the opportunities of a workout, swiftly securing collateral and avoiding litigation and bankruptcy pitfalls. Everything the creditor and lessor needs to negotiate workouts and/or pursue claims in the state, federal and bankruptcy courts, including replevin actions, default judgment and summary judgment motions, strategies and forms for objecting to sales of collateral by the trustee, and much more. This publication is organized by each critical step in the workout and enforcement processes, combining the strategies, law, and forms for each critical stage. No other book brings under one cover so much strategy and forms all prepared solely from the perspective of the secured creditor and equipment lessor.

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Frank Peretore, Esq. is the founding partner of the law firm of Peretore & Peretore, P.C. with offices located in New Jersey and New York. Mr. Peretore is a Georgetown University Law Center graduate with over 20 years experience in representing national and regional financial institutions and lessors from the transactional and financing stages through the litigation stage in the state, federal and bankruptcy courts. He also represents creditors in general commercial litigation and foreclosure matters. Mr Peretore writes articles in a variety of legal publications, and is a frequent speaker at The Eastern Association of Equipment Lessors (EAEL).

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