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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fair_debt_collection

U.S. state laws on fair debt collection generally fall into two categories: laws which require persons who are collecting debts ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fair_Debt_Collection_Practices_Act

The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA), Pub. L. 95-109; 91 Stat. 874, codified as 15 .... private lawsuit in a state or federal court to collect damages ( actual, statutory, attorney's fees, and court costs) from third-party debt collectors. The FDCPA is a strict liability law, which means that a consumer need not prove actual ...

www.bbb.org/financial-building-blocks/collection-laws

When you know the worst case scenario the collection laws in your state allow, you won't agree to something worse voluntarily. A clear understanding of the ...

www.insidearm.com/state-laws

State licensing can be quite the ordeal for collection agencies. Each state and U.S. territory has different licensing requirements for collection agencies, attorneys ...

www.burtcollect.com/debt-collection-laws-state

Directs user to websites describing debt collection laws for each state. Federal Debt Collections Practices Act (FDCPA)

www.acainternational.org/products/sg

Enjoy a year's access to the electronic version of ACA's Guide to State Collection Laws & Practices, which is updated monthly.

www.nolo.com/legal-encyclopedia/state-fair-debt-collection-laws

Many states have their own fair debt collection laws as well. ... additional types of behavior that violate state law, or providing for additional types of damages.

www.fair-debt-collection.com/state-laws.html

Aug 27, 2012 ... State laws on debt collection, returned checks, dealer doc fees and garnishment. State debt and credit rules, codes and regulations. Consumer ...

www.bills.com/debt/debt-advice/collection-laws

Collection laws and exemptions vary from state to state. Protect yourself and your assets by learning the homestead, vehicle, and bank account exemptions...