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Title 32 – Could be Covered Under Servicemembers Civil Relief Act

The Veterans Benefit Act (section 304) says members of the National Guard includes service authorized by the president (paid from federal funds – even if overseen by the governor) for a period of more than 30 days.  Also see Title …

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What Self-Storage Owners Should Know About the SCRA

Self-storage owners who familiarize themselves with the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act increase their chances of avoiding fines and fees associated with violations of this law.

Self-Storage Owners and the SCRA

The SCRA protects active-duty military members from certain court actions. Besides Army, Navy, …

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Can I Foreclose on a Servicemember?

Many lenders are concerned about SCRA foreclosures, and rightly so. A mistake in this realm could cost hundreds of thousands of dollars in fines and restitution.

When does the SCRA allow foreclosure and when does it not?

An excellent law

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Lease Termination Law Protects Surviving Spouses

Landlords and property management firms need to be aware of a change to the SCRA lease termination laws.

The Servicemembers Civil Relief Act protects servicemembers from a host of legal actions, including foreclosures and evictions, without a court order. The …

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SCRA Credit Card Regulations for Active Military

Banks and lenders that aren’t familiar with SCRA credit card regulations can find themselves in violation of this federal law.

Servicemembers on active military status are entitled to a number of protections under the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act, and one …

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Lender to Pay $9M for Student Loan SCRA Violations

A federal student loan servicer has agreed to pay $9 million to settle a fraud claim with the New York Attorney General’s office for Student Loan SCRA Violations that deceived borrowers with student loans.

The student loan debt crises has …

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