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A new edition has been published, the details can be seen here:
Debt Recovery Handbook 2nd ed isbn 9780414065161

Debt Recovery

ISBN13: 9781858005362
New Edition ISBN: 9780414065161
Published: November 2009
Publisher: Round Hall Press
Country of Publication: Ireland
Format: Hardback
Price: £104.00

Despatched in 8 to 10 days.

This publication is intended as a practical guide to debt recovery in Ireland for all practitioners, from small practices which only occasionally act in debt collection cases, to larger, more specialised firms.

It is a comprehensive guide covering the normal elements of the debt collection process but within a simple, easy-to-use format which clearly sets out the procedural requirements for each step of the process.

The book offers suggestions on the most appropriate and cost-effective enforcement options depending on the individual circumstances of the case and, most usefully, the guide includes some working precedents for each jurisdiction. This book takes an extremely practical and hands-on approach to debt recovery that can not be found in other textbooks dealing with the subject.

Topics Include:-

  • Pre-legal debt collection techniques;
  • Default Judgment Applications;
  • Defended Cases;
  • Interest;
  • Costs;
  • Tracing;
  • Substituted Service Applications;
  • Enforcing Judgment;
  • Publishing;
  • Sheriff;
  • Judgment Mortgages;
  • Installment Orders & Committal;
  • Satisfaction of Judgment;
  • Discharging of a Judgment Mortgage.
In addition there is a brief discussion of the roles of Liquidation, Bankruptcy, Garnishee and Receiverships in the context of debt collection.

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