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COLLECTION, DEMAND, AND COMMERCIAL LETTERS FOR THE GENERAL PRACTICIONER by David J. Cook

May 4, 2015
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Author David J. Cook explores the phenomenon of those who owe people money and those who are owed money. As a veteran collections attorney, David J. Cook has been chasing down debt collectors for over 39 years. The work is a detailed, and engaging survey of demand letters–polite and legally enforceable ways to ask people to give you the money you are owed. The book opens by describing the purpose of demand letters and explores the various means of delivery to the recipient(s), the expected outcomes, and tips for writing them.

COLLECTION, DEMAND, AND COMMERCIAL LETTERS FOR THE GENERAL PRACTITIONER is an excellent resource for anyone in the legal field. David J. Cook provides dozens of sample letters ­–letters he himself has used ­– and follows each example with a pointed commentary.

COLLECTION, DEMAND, AND COMMERCIAL LETTERS FOR THE GENERAL PRACTITIONER is now available as an automatic download from the American Bar Association.

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