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Seizing of debtors' cars is curtailed

Three counties strive for fairness in new rules

By Beth Healy and Michael Rezendes
Globe Staff / December 18, 2006

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Sheriffs in three Massachusetts counties that once made a business of towing vehicles on behalf of unscrupulous debt collectors have adopted new rules to treat consumers more fairly and have sharply cut back on the common practice of seizing vehicles from beleaguered debtors. (Full article: 1108 words)

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