NL Terminology Resource Updated and Enlarged

LawEver catch yourself having to look up an unfamiliar collection or legal term on Google or Wikipedia? We know how you feel, and we’re here to help! Even if you’ve used our Terminology Page before, you’ll want to check out the “new expanded” version; as we’ve added lots more terms that are specific to the debt collection industry and to legal collections—all in one easy-to-access place!

The Terminology Page* on the NL Website has always been a valuable resource for our clients and other professionals who want to more easily understand the terms used in the collection industry and by collection attorneys. The newly updated Terminology Page can be found under Home » Industry Resources » Terminology ».

Industry Information and Resources

In addition to assisting clients in all aspects of finding local counsel, and to acting as a marketing partner with our member attorneys, The National List takes pride in being a provider of industry information and other resources. Be sure to check out the other Industry and NL Resources (Free Access, but Login required) in the same general location on the website.

If you would like to contribute a term and its definition, or add to the definitions currently provided, email info@nationallist.com. 

*The Terminology glossary is not intended to provide all of the definitions of a particular word. Its intent is to provide simplified, common definitions for use by non-attorneys. The terms should not be considered legal advice. If questions arise, please consult your attorney.



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