Navigating Pre-Judgment Remedies and California Anti-Deficiency Rules

Taking our client through a complex legal environment successfully

PLP recently represented a large financial institution in a commercial collections matter in Alameda County.  We successfully obtained expedited orders for Writs of Attachment on the debtor’s commercial and residential properties, and immediately recovered substantial proceeds from the sale of the commercial property and a judgment for the deficiency balance (that is, the remaining money owed after the property sale.)

The process went quickly and efficiently because our team of commercial collections litigators has a thorough understanding of pre-judgment remedies, including Writs of Attachment, and utilizes a collections strategy that is both aggressive and cost-effective. This yields maximum collection recoveries for our clients.  Additionally, we have extensive experience in handling deficiencies for loans secured by commercial and residential real property, as well as personal property, and expertise in interpreting California’s complex anti-deficiency rules to determine under which circumstances deficiencies may be pursued. 

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