Foreclosing Security Interests
Representing Creditors In Foreclosure Actions On Secured Properties
Any creditor who has a security agreement with a debtor would ideally like to avoid foreclosure and repossession of that property. However, there may come a time when this is unavoidable. When this happens, having the help of an experienced North Carolina real estate lawyer will help you ensure that you remain in compliance with applicable laws while pursuing your goals.
- Real estate
- Cars, trucks, boats and RVs
- Business assets
- Other secured assets
We help you enforce the security agreements you and your debtor originally set up and, when necessary, we help you repossess those properties.
John Britton holds an MBA along with his law degree. He understands that businesses need to remain solvent and have to collect on their debts in order to do so. He helps banks, lenders and other creditors across North Carolina foreclose on properties that they have security interests in. Whether you have a priority security interest or a secondary security interest, we strive to obtain money or the secured property to cover the debt.