Robert Jenkins (@RobertEJenkins)


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CPRC 31.002 Change: now not req to prove "property cannot readily be attached or levied on by ordinary legal process"
Courts apply "use" test to determine if tools of the trade are exempt from seizure:
Court is not required to identify in the Order the specific property that can be seized by the Receiver:
Court of Appeals affirms turn over of Cause of Action.
Court of Appeals affirms turnover of Line of Credit Promissory Note and Deed of Trust under CPRC § 31.002.
Dallas Court of Appeals affirms turnover of Website Domain Names.
"Nearly 26 Million American Adults Have No Credit History"
“No one cares how much you know, until they know how much you care.” ~Theodore Roosevelt
Study: 77 Million Consumers with Credit Files Have Delinquent Debt: #CollectDebt
Auto Loan Balances Reach Record High: #CollectDebt
1982 article on using Turnover Receiver in TX to collect judgments, which is often cited by Judges: #TurnoverReceiver
CFPB Report Highlights Risky Collection Practices: #CFPB #FDCPA
No TCPA Violation Because Consumer Gave Prior Express Consent: #TCPA
Guilty Pleas in First CFPB Criminal Case Referral: #CFPB
CFPB Will Issue Regulations For Payday Lending Market: #CFPB
Consumer Debt Sees Biggest Increase Since 2007:
Mortgage Delinquency Rate Drops to Five-Year Low|Collections & Credit Risk
Medical Debt Could be Next for the CFPB: #CFPB
My collections practice may increase in 2014: Rising consumer debt is good for the economy but not for consumers
TCPA Lawsuits Projected to Grow 70 Percent in 2013: #TCPA

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Texas trial lawyer with Jenkins | Babb, LLP litigation, debt collection, and personal injury law firm in Dallas, Texas. Texas Longhorns fan.
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