BERLETH, ROBERT (OF BERLETH AND ASSOCIATES PLLC, AS RECEIVER FOR AND vs. CENTURY ENERGY SERVICES LLC
(Court 151, judge MIKE ENGELHART)
14 JUN 2022 | Republished 17 Jun, 2022
Section 392.101 of the Texas Finance Code prohibits a third-party debt collector from engaging in debt collection in Texas unless the third-party debt collector has obtained a surety bond and filed a copy of the bond with the Office of the Secretary of State.
No movement since petition filed.
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A receiver is a third party, commonly a lawyer or law firm, who is authorized by the judge and Texas law to seize the assets of the judgment debtor and pay the judgment creditor.
Berleth & Associates, PLLC is not bonded nor registered with the Texas Secretary of State, in violation of the Texas Finance Code.