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2018 Legislative Update, Domestic Abuse & Family Law Issues, Auto Repossessions, & Collection Law
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You need to know the legislative changes made in the 2018 session that may change your policies and procedures in your civil process duties! What should be your response to calls for service involving automobile repossessions? Hear about significant litigation in the area of how you carry out your mandated civil process function. Hear from an expert at the BCA about law enforcement issues including the new data base for HRO’s. Interesting collection matters from around the state.

7/16/2018
When: Monday, July 16, 2018
9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Where: Canterbury Park
1100 Canterbury Road
Shakopee, Minnesota  55379
United States
Contact: Tom Wells
651-451-7216

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The 2018 Legislative Update, Domestic Abuse And Family Law Issues, Automobile Repossessions, And Collection Law Workshop At Canterbury Park

JULY 16, 2018

9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

6 POST Credits- approval pending

6 CLE Credits approval pending

 

You need to know the legislative changes made in the 2018 session that may change your policies and procedures in your civil process duties!

 

What should be your response to calls for service involving automobile repossessions? More lawsuits involving police and sheriffs in 2017! A major law enforcement agency in the metro area incurred tremendous costs in defending their actions when responding to this type of call. Hear frothe attorney who successfully defended this agency. You will also hear from an expert attorney who has represented individuals whose automobiles have been seizedit is important to hear from experts on both sides of this

issue...AND how do you avoid liability on these types of calls for service.

 

Hear about significant litigation in the area of how you carry out your mandated civil process function. Hear about a new January 2018 court case involving how your office receives process for service.

 

Law enforcement agencies and the BCA are important partners in protecting the public they serve. Hear from an expert at the BCA about law enforcement issues including the new data base for HROs.

 

Interesting collection matters from around the state. How do you handle those complicated levies? Is contempt of court an effective way to get a debtor to disclose assets they are hiding?


Register online at the MSA website or see the flyer for more information. If you have registration questions, please contact Tom Wells at twells@mnsheriffs.org or 651-451-7216.

If you have any questions about this seminar, please email Rod at letsllc@hotmail.com or call 763-913-9528

Cost is only $200.00 per attendee!

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