Tag Archives: Creditor’s Rights

Creditor Liens Attached to Tax Refunds (access required)

Defendant debtors held a fixed property interest in their respective 2015 tax re­funds as of midnight on Dec. 31, 2015, and plaintiffs’ liens of fieri facias attached to those funds; the Rockingham County Cir­cuit Court grants summary judgment for plaintiff ...

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Garnishment Summons Quashed for Non-Final Order (access required)

A Fairfax Circuit Court grants defendant’s motion to quash garnishment summons in five separate proceedings; because the judgment order against defendant was an interlocutory order that did not resolve all issues against all parties, it was unfit for execution and ...

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Car Buyers Lose Claim for Repo Relief (access required)

The 4th Circuit affirms a district court decision rejecting plaintiff car buyers’ suit for relief from defendant creditors’ alleged violation of repossession notice requirements under Maryland consumer protection law; the Maryland Credit Grantor Closed End Credit Provisions statute requires borrowers ...

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No ADA Claim for Student Debt Collection (access required)

A lender trying to recover $4,444 in student loan debt from plaintiff wins summary judgment in plaintiff’s suit in Alexandria U.S. District Court alleging the lender’s ostensibly routine collection action violated the Americans with Disabilities Act and Arkansas malicious prosecution ...

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