Law & Legal Issues
Foreclosure
Deeds and Ownership
Dubai

How do you find property of debtors?

444546

Top Answer
User Avatar
Wiki User
Answered
2005-11-14 06:57:50
2005-11-14 06:57:50

Some of the debtor's property will be public record such as real property records at the county recorder's office. Some states allow you to take the deposition of the debtor or submitt written questions that must be answered under oath. You can hire a private investigator to look for assets. The laws of your state may allow additional methods to find the debtor's property.

001
๐Ÿ™
0
๐Ÿคจ
0
๐Ÿ˜ฎ
0
๐Ÿ˜‚
0

Related Questions


Debtors are aged to find out that who has not paid for longer time and which debtors need more focus efforts to realize money and which debtors are still in credit policy limit.

Rural farmers, debtors, and those without property.

You can find debt collection software where you can find debtors information and prior collection notices at www.debtsoftware.com. Another good site is www.collect.org/partners.html

The difference between trade debtors and sundry debtors is trade debtors are specific debts like credit cards. Sundry debtors are a wide variety of debtors that can be from any source.

Debtors in England were sent to debtors prison.

what are the advantages of debtors?

A possessory lien is the right of the creditor to retain possession of his debtors property until his debt has been satisfied.

sundry means "various". Sundry debtors means various debtors which not only include credit sales, but also include all other debtors(related to financial and other debt). So Trade debtors was part of sundry debtors. ok

That will depend on whether the estate has debts to be resolved. It may be a good thing to get debtors to close out accounts.

Georgia is called a debtors' colony because it was created for debtors.

what are the classifications of debtors? what is the meaning of debtor exceeding 6 months & debtors for the year? how to calculate this?

England had many debtors prisons until the Debtors Act in 1869 abolished them.

why debtors and creditors are called as sundry? Debtors = In general business terminology means Customers to whom the goods are sold on credit. Sundry = Various Therefore Sundry Debtors means Debtors for various reasons and not merely for Credit Sales.

This makes sure that the real property titles are properly transferred and that the taxes are paid. It also allows the debtors to get paid.

Type your answer here.1.provision for debtors A/C Dr. To Debtors A/C 2.provision baddest A/c Dr. to debtors a.c

Debtors are those customers who purchases goods from company on credit so debtors are current assets of business.

the debtors that were thrown in debtors prison in England

It is related to "control" the accounts of debtors for some purposes.

Sales control account is a summary of transactions relating to the debtors balance.the debtors ledger account is debited when there is an increase of the debtors balance and credited when there is a reduction of the debtors balance

Georgia is called a debtors colony because it was created for debtors. In England, there were debtors clogging up the prisons. So people in debt where sent to Georgia to work off their debt. People were unable to pay off their debt and that is why Georgia came about. They took debtors out of the prisons and gave them a second chance. It worked and that is where debtors went.

Debtors are people who owe money to creditors. Creditors are people who are owed money by debtors. For example, the bank is a creditor allowing people to take out loans and the people taking out the loans are the debtors.

Their estate is responsible for the debt. First, if the deceased has a home, property, condo, cars, etc., the estate will sell it off and pay the debtors. If there are no assets, the debtors will lose their money. If there is no will, the estate will be distributed according to the intestacy laws.

You make them to undesdand when we talk about debtors we talk about what


Copyright ยฉ 2020 Multiply Media, LLC. All Rights Reserved. The material on this site can not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with prior written permission of Multiply.