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Judges say they launched reforms for debtors' issues

Changes include preventing car collection

By Walter V. Robinson and Michael Rezendes
Globe Staff / August 1, 2006

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The two judges who oversee the Massachusetts district court system said last night that they have launched a series of reforms designed to address ``issues" in the courts' treatment of debtors raised in a Globe Spotlight Team series, including retraining for judges and clerks, new efforts to make debtors aware of their rights, and possible legislation aimed at curbing abuses ... (Full article: 792 words)

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