Money Matters: Keys to Advising Creditors During Foreclosure and Repossession Actions in Tennessee



Monday, November 28, 2005
3:00 PM-10:30 PM CST

Millennium Maxwell House Hotel

2025 Metro Center Boulevard
Nashville, TN 37228

The National Business Institute is hosting this one-day seminar to prepare you for handling tough foreclosure and repossession cases on Wednesday, November 28, 2005 from 9:00 am through 4:00 pm at the Millennium Maxwell House Hotel. This seminar will also feature William L. Norton as a speaker. Here is a summary of what will be covered:

  • Explaining the difference between workouts and liquidations so you can help your clients make the right choice.
  • Refining your methods in organizing loan documents and preliminary matters for ease in filing.
  • Determining whether the title is free and clear.
  • Giving you insider's tips for avoiding a lengthy foreclosure action.
  • Figuring out who gets what, such as how to distribute proceeds after a foreclosure sale.
  • Analyzing relevant provisions of Revised Article 9 of the UCC.
  • Making ethics a non-issue in your foreclosure cases.
  • Giving you specific techniques for treatment of bankruptcy cases, including the automatic stay.
  • Explaining when bankruptcy affects the secured creditor.

This course has been approved by the Tennessee Commission on Continuing Legal Education for 6.0 Continuing Education Credits.  Attendance at the entire seminar is required in order to receive credit.

To register for this seminar, go to For additional information, please contact Chris Billingslea at 615-252-3515 or e-mail