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Is it better to put real income properties in question of ownership rights in receivership?

There are several properties in question but currently the monies from the property are going to the defendants, but I’m getting stuck with the bill(s). and what is a normal bond cost for a court appointed receivership.

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One Response to "Is it better to put real income properties in question of ownership rights in receivership?"

  1. The Foosaaaah says:
    Yes.

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