Debtor-Creditor and Collections Law in Alberta

Debtor-Creditor and Collections Law in Alberta
Emond Publishing
Page Count:
Coming Soon
Publication Date:
September 2021
Business, Corporate, and Commercial Law; Legal Office Administration; Paralegal

Debtor–Creditor and Collections Law in Alberta addresses province-specific legislation, case law, procedures, and practices related to collections. Written for paralegals, legal assistants, and practitioners, this comprehensive resource will equip readers in litigating and collecting debts.

Key topics covered include carrying out a collection matter on behalf of secured/unsecured creditors, engaging enforcement mechanisms, and protecting creditor rights. Content is supported by both social and visual elements, including realistic scenario-based questions, end-of-chapter review questions, sample documents, as well as charts and tables.

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  • Quoted legislation with reference to each chapter topic
  • Step-by-step instructions on how to complete and use the forms needed for collections
  • Example documents, pleadings, and filled-in forms that are used in litigating debts and collections
  • Calculation examples, including interest and exemptions
  • “Real-life” scenario carried throughout the text to illustrate law and procedures
  • Case-in-Point boxes highlighting facts, issues, results, and lessons
  • Practice tips to apply content to real-life practice
  • Chapter summaries and learning outcomes
  • Tables, diagrams, and charts for visual learners
  • Reference to secondary resources to assist practitioners in collections


Table of Contents

Chapter 1: The Debtor-Creditor Relationship
Chapter 2: Preparing to Act on Behalf of a Creditor
Chapter 3: Commencing Litigation
Chapter 4: Obtaining Judgment in a Debt Claim
Chapter 5: Seizure for Judgment Creditors
Chapter 6: Garnishment for an Unsecured Creditor
Chapter 7: Secured Creditors and the Personal Property Security Act
Chapter 8: Security Interests in Real Property
Chapter 9: Liens
Chapter 10: Acting for a Landlord
Chapter 11: Bankruptcy and Receivership

Instructor Resources

  • Instructor's Guide
  • PowerPoint Presentations
  • Test Bank

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Prices and Formats

Debtor-Creditor and Collections Law in Alberta (FINAL SALE)

Format: Print
Cover: Softcover
Colour: Four Colour
Status: Coming Soon

This is for a new book being sold on a Final Sale basis. No returns will be accepted.

Price: $85.00

Debtor-Creditor and Collections Law in Alberta

Format: Print
Cover: Softcover
Colour: Four Colour
Status: Coming Soon

Price: $99.00