Court Injunctions, Dispossessory Proceedings, and Enforcement of Security Instruments
Sometimes the collateral securing a loan by our clients is not being adequately protected by a debtor. This may be because the debtor is not properly insuring the collateral or is using the collateral in a way that is inconsistent with the terms of a security instrument held by this firm’s clients. When this happens, we can intervene using the courts to obtain an order requiring adequate protection or requiring surety be provided to protect the asset securing our client’s loan. If a debtor is not staying current on payments pursuant to the terms of a security instrument between the debtor and one of our clients, we can take steps in the courts or pursuant to the security instrument to repossess, obtain a Writ of Possession, or foreclose upon the collateral securing the loan.
We protect our clients’ collateral and put an end to the non-repayment of money to our clients
Our firm has successfully pursued many such actions to protect our clients’ collateral or otherwise put an end to the non-repayment of money to our clients. We operate pursuant to security instruments and within the state and federal court system to achieve positive dispossessory results for our clients.