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We have mortgages on buildings and stuff like that
How can you have a lien without debt or some other liability?
zop also thinks the Yankees can void ARod's contract under a mutual mistake theory.
Please, clarify my misapprehension.
re # 64: That would be spectacularly bad lawyering. Don't know if Zop is right in his criticisms of Howard, although the tone seems totally uncalled for, but post #64 is a poor argument for bringing a bad faith claim.
The UCC-1s that Howard refers to are financing statements, and they are used to perfect liens. Anyone can file a UCC-1 against anyone or anything, more or less, regardless of whether there's a lien in place.
I'll believe the Wilpons don't have money problems when they start spending money like they don't have money problems.
This is apparently two weeks old:
Giancarlo Stanton Blockbuster Trade With NY Mets in the Works?
How is it possible that didn't get posted? Stanton and Juan Pierre for Zack Wheeler and D'Arnaud. Given the Mets would be letting Stanton walk after 2016, at the latest, I don't know that I'd do it, though it's always tempting to get the best player in a deal.
A little off-topic, perhaps, but what IS the best way to find out about debt that has gone through the courts and, say, converted to a judgment?
Crazy, isn't it? You can very easily get rid of credit card debt being collected by a third-party agency by fighting it until you've trapped them into an illegal method and call them out on it. You can stop paying your mortgage and continue to live in the house for free for a long time until you're forced out. You can declare bankruptcy and the simple passage of time will make everyone forget it ever happened. But your student loans are forever.
If your friend's judgement is not appearing on any of his three credit reports, and your friend has not made any payments at all, and the creditor has not pursued him for some time, you should absolutely let sleeping dogs lie. It looks like your friend already has the SOL on his side, and you don't want to risk any kind of inquiry that could restart the SOL.
#90 - In my case, I was exploring/researching my options over a $1,000 credit card debt that was passed on to a third-party collection agency after I defaulted. I am not proud of my fiscal irresponsibility when I was much younger, but I don't think anyone deserves to be hounded by endless threatening phone calls full of verbal abuse these third-party agencies are known for.
I have no idea how one can be "judgement-proof" but I am interested in knowing how this can happen.
The problem with student debt isn't non-dischargability, its that we allow kids who are either not-old-enough or barely-old enough to vote to incur $100k+ in debt obligations. The 18 year old mind simply isn't wired to understand the consequences of that.
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