What options does a creditor have after a borrower defaults?

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There are a variety of legal mechanisms by which a creditor can assert the legal right to recover an unpaid debt.  LawInfo Lead Counsel qualified real estate attorneys provide quality representation for banks, pension funds, insurance companies and other institutional lenders, and worked on all property types from single­family suburban land development to downtown office buildings in negotiated restructurings, bankruptcies and foreclosures of distressed investments. They are well versed in the specific laws and legal techniques associated with distressed real estate loans, including:

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