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Author: Brandon C. Meadows, Esq.

Recovering Personal Property Collateral: When Should Secured Creditors Consider Replevin Instead of Self-Help Repossession?

December 10, 2021 Banking & Financial Services Industry Legal Blog

Many secured creditors and equipment leasing companies have encountered defaulted debts, where the debtors and lessees retain possession of the collateral, including cars, boats, machinery, or other equipment. The debt is secured by personal property, but creditors are often faced with the same quandary: how to quickly take possession of […]

SBA Loans: Wrap-Up and Charge-Off Procedures

February 5, 2021 Banking & Financial Services Industry Legal Blog

When a SBA loan is in liquidation status, lenders and authorized CDC liquidators are required to perform “Prudent Liquidation.” This means that lenders and authorized CDC liquidators must liquidate and conduct debt collection litigation in a “prompt, cost-effective and commercially reasonable manner, consistent with prudent lending standards, and in accordance […]

SBA Loans: How to Maximize Recovery by Liquidating Personal Property

November 23, 2020 Banking & Financial Services Industry Legal Blog

When a small business association (“SBA”) loan is converted to liquidation status, the lender must begin liquidating the collateral. Lenders must liquidate all personal property that has a Recoverable Value over $5,000. If the Recoverable Value is over $5,000, the lender must decide which method of liquidation is the most […]

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