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Orange County Dinner Addresses FDCPA and Successors in Interest

The OC Dinner is always informative and fun

50 attendees enjoyed an informative dinner presentation on April 20th on FCCPA and the Impact on Foreclosure Trustees and Successors in Interest, led by Dean T. Kirby, Esq., Kirby & McGuinn and Kayo Manson-Tompkins, Esq., The Wolf Firm.

The presentations and q & a addressed FDCPA issues such as ‘what qualifies an entity as a debt collector?’; ‘what if the trustee sends a demand letter for the servicer prior to the notice of default?;’ and ‘what is a Mini Miranda and how should it be used and why?’

The Successors in Interest discussion addressed ‘Who qualifies as a successor in interest?’; ‘when would the trustee become aware that the borrower is deceased?’; ‘Has the servicer received confirming documentation of the death?’; and ‘what is a claimant entitled to once they have been classified as a successor in interest?’

The event was sponsored by Metropolitan News Company.

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