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New Legal Research Guide – Collecting Judgments

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Back in March, OregonLive.com ran a David vs. Goliath story on a man from Philadelphia who “foreclosed” on a Wells Fargo Home Mortgage branch.  The man didn’t actually foreclose on the branch; he won a judgment against Wells Fargo Home Mortgage, resulting in a lien that would have led to a Sheriff’s sale of the branch’s contents.  Judgment collection situations aren’t always that interesting, but we do get quite a few questions about judgments and how to actually collect on them.  So, we recently added a new legal research guide on collecting judgments to the law library’s website


For information on setting up a debt-collection business in Oregon, see Laura’s post from January 4, 2009.