The Number-One Resource on Consumer Repossessions
Covering every aspect of motor vehicle, manufactured home, and household goods repossessions and deficiency claims:
- Invalid security interests and restrictions on default
- Illegal self-help repossessions
- Notice of sale and proper disposition of the collateral
- Calculating and limiting deficiencies
The Only Treatise to Go Well Beyond UCC Article 9
UCC treatises miss the critical protections found in federal law and special statutes in all 50 states:
- Rights to cure and default limits
- Bars on deficiencies
- Service members Civil Relief Act
- Federal Rebate Statute
- FTC rules on household goods collateral
- Federal manufactured home regulations and more.
"I use the NCLC books in my bankruptcy practice and to expand my practice in other areas. In bankruptcy, I was faced with a repo deficiency claim. I was able to use the Repossessions book to get the legal basis I needed to object to the claim...” — Patrick Kavanagh, Law Offices of Patrick Kavanagh, Bakersfield, CA
"The National Consumer Law Center has compiled a standard reference set that should make consumer law accessible and profitable for private lawyers. Written by the leading national experts in the field, it is a helpful balance of scholarly analysis and practice pointers." — Maryland Bar Journal
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- Continuous updates in Digital Library
- National Consumer Law Center
- Formats Available
- Print; Digital
- Current Print Edition
- 2017 9th Ed.
- ISBN Print Version
- Page Count
- 818 pgs.