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What are the Reporting Rules for Public Record Info?

GetAttachment[1]How is a public record supposed to report? What if certain items are missing like status date, plaintiff, etc.?

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  1. Krysta Davis says:

    (Wow – I have to come back and look at this one as soon as the webinar is done!) This has been marvelous information and I am feeling very empowered to find the opportunities inherent in the new implementation of the laws. I particularly like the insight from both you and Dylan into establishing a high level relationship with a quality referral partner, especially by identifying and assisting the MLO – this has been a HUGE ongoing topic around our office. Thank you – once AGAIN!

  2. Debbie Hower says:

    Mike, thank you for taking the time to teach us! I had asked about the statutes of law for a client that opened an account in one state and has since moved to a different state. Your answer is that the state they currently live in is usually the guideline for statute time length. Good to know.

  3. The information you give is invaluable. I see lots of Bankruptcy inaccuracies showing $0 liabilities. Your webinar on law changes was excellent. I know you want to respect the 90 min. time frame and are gracious enough to stay after, however, you were speaking a bit too fast for me to take notes in parts of the webinar. Is it possible for the bigger subjects you can do a Part 1 and Part 2?

  4. Raul Mesta says:

    Hi Mike:
    Today's webinar, as always, was great. Great content & very useful information. Besides being your customer by using Dispute Suite which is "must" tool, I don't miss the weekly webinars. And I can't wait to go to the Boot Camp, how I wish it was next month instead of till October!

  5. jimhogle says:

    So many people misunderstand the law applies to all types of accounts! Doesn't matter if its a public record! Look foward to Dallas event.

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