Category: General

Can You Break a Car Loan with Military Orders?

It is important to understand the servicemembers civil relief act and how it applies to car loans. Under certain circumstances, active duty service members can break a car lease with military orders.

The Servicemembers Civil Relief Act

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Who is Eligible for SCRA Benefits?

While the name Servicemembers Civil Relief Act seems to imply that it would only cover members of the armed forces, SCRA benefits can extend far past members of the military. Members of the Air Force, Army, Marine Corps, Navy, Coast …

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Military Rental Clause

When you rent to a service member, it is important to understand how the SCRA applies to your lease as a landlord or property manager. Violations of the SCRA can result in steep fines and penalties, so staying informed and …

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Military records search at National Archives

There are so many reasons to search for military records, but one of the main ones is to stay in compliance with the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act. Bankers, lenders, landlords, property managers and others must follow the tenets of …

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How to verify military service of an inactive member

There are many times lenders, business owners or others may need to verify a client’s military service. The reasons are many, but they are oftentimes related to complying with the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act.

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Senate Passes Bill to Expand SCRA due to COVID-19

The U.S. Senate has passed legislation to extend extra privileges through the SCRA to servicemembers affected by COVID-19, including allowing those whose orders to relocate have been canceled or held up to break leases and contracts.

The Servicemembers Civil Relief

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