The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 70 (1992) > Issues > Issue 11 > How to Collect your Debts
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How to Collect your Debts

The first rule of successful debt collection must always be that ‘prevention is better than cure’. A few simple, and relatively cheap, measures applied in good time can frequently save much grief later but, even when disaster does strike and a debt appears to be ‘bad’, some welldirected persistence can literally pay dividends. D.J. Cude

Author(s): Cude, D J

Keywords: debts;collecting;law;claims;insolvency