An Assignment Order Can Help You Collect The Money You Are Owed
- Commissions from real estate or other sales
- Royalties and payments made for patent rights
- Dividends, interest or residuals
- Payments for work performed as an independent contractor
- Tax refunds
- Legal judgments
- Other accounts receivable
What Is An Assignment Order?
An assignment order redirects your debtor’s right to payment to you by placing a lien on contingent payments — like rent and commissions. If and when payments are made, the payers must pay you — not your debtor. If they fail to do so, they will become indebted to you, on the hook for the money you are owed.
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