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Where to seek support in the claim and delivery process

Many creditors in Nevada face stressful situations due to loan defaults. While it's possible in many circumstances to sue their debtors, creditors may also use alternative means for satisfying such debts, such as the claim and delivery process. Some states refer to the search and seizure of collateral property as the replevin process. In this state, secured creditors can obtain writs of possession from the court to authorize sheriffs or constables to take possession of personal property that borrowers used as collateral to acquire loans.

Verbal contracts are legal, but can you prove them?

Do you remember the old days when businesspeople in Nevada, and just about any town in America, would discuss a few issues, iron out their own details, smile, shake hands and seal the deal? Nowadays, you hear contract advisers saying it's best to get everything in writing. This isn't because verbal agreements aren't legally enforceable. They absolutely are. However, try to prove one. It's possible, in certain situations, to do so, but it's usually quite difficult.

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Law Office of Hayes & Welsh
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