Collection Attorney: Must You Notify Your Customer You are Sending Them to a Collection Attorney?

Collection AttorneyAdvising your customers that they are in default is separate and apart from notifying customers that they are being sent to collections.

There are some contracts that require a party to give the other party written notice of “default,” of non-payment. Failing to provide the requisite notice is considered a failure to meet a “condition precedent;” a requirement that notice must be given before you can move to the next step to enforce your rights as creditor.

Whether you have a contract that requires notice of default or not, must you send your customer notice that you are sending the account to a collection attorney? Continue reading “Collection Attorney: Must You Notify Your Customer You are Sending Them to a Collection Attorney?”

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