John T. Precobb, Esq.
Associate
Massachusetts, Rhode Island & New Hampshire
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Attorney Precobb specializes in representing clients in all aspects of landlord/tenant law and has experience representing clients with regard to condominium law, including, but not limited to condominium fee collection, insurance claims and drafting and reviewing condominium documents.

Attorney Precobb represents clients in all aspects of commercial litigation associated with distressed loans and debts including post-judgment collection actions. He has substantial experience representing both lenders and businesses in attachment, replevin, injunctions and seizures. In addition, he has represented clients with regard to distressed loan workouts, forbearances, restructurings, commercial and residential foreclosures, UCC foreclosure sales, distressed portfolio and asset sales, property disposition, creditors’ rights and insolvency, and origination of commercial real estate loans. Attorney Precobb represents lenders and servicers in commercial and consumer bankruptcy proceedings in cases involving preference claims, turnover actions, fraudulent conveyances, Rule 2004 exam litigation, proof of claim disputes and motions for relief.

Mr. Precobb also represents lenders and servicers in a variety of mortgage-related litigation, including cases involving claims and defenses under the federal Truth-in-Lending Act (TILA), the federal Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA), the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA), the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), the Home Ownership and Equity Protection Act (HOEPA), the federal and Massachusetts Fair Debt Collection Practice Acts (FDCPA and MFDCPA) as well as various state consumer protection statutes, including Massachusetts 93A and the New Hampshire Unfair, Deceptive or Unreasonable Collection Practices Act. He has successfully litigated numerous mortgage-related cases, including multiple foreclosure actions in state, federal, and bankruptcy courts throughout New England.

He received a BA in 1989 from College of the Holy Cross and a JD in 1992 from Suffolk University Law School.