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What is the correct spelling of judgment or judgment?

In British English the spelling is often judgement. In all other forms of English it is written judgment. In context of the law the spelling is always judgment, regardless whe (MORE)

What can a judgment do?

A judgment is bad to have on your credit for a number of reasons. 1) It stays on your credit report for 10 years. Most negative items only stay on for 7 years. 2) Judgment (MORE)

What is a moot judgment?

  Answer   Under the U.S. Constitution and the constitutions of many states, courts are only entitled to hear live cases and controversies. To be a live case or contr (MORE)

How to get out of a judgment?

Judgments are essentially lawsuits filed by a creditor that you owe money to. You generally can't get out of a judgment unless you go to court to fight it. You generally will (MORE)

How do you spell judgment?

That is the correct US spelling of "judgment" (a decision, or awareness). The UK variant is judgement.
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How do you get rid of judgment?

Valid judgments remain on the debtor's credit report for seven (7) years.  They cannot be expunged before that time. If the debtor pays or settles a standing judgment it w (MORE)

What is a judgment?

 Answer   It is a court order against the debtor to pay the creditor what is due. The judgment can be satisfied in several ways, wage garnishment is the usual one. Levy (MORE)

What are the consequences of a judgment?

 Answer   The Fair Credit Reporting Act states that a judgment may remain on your credit report for 7 years. Many jurisdictions will also use a date a judgment was pai (MORE)

What is a writ of judgment?

A writ of execution is a court order authorizing the seizure of an asset, such as of a noncustodial parent who owes past due child support. The order may be used to repay past (MORE)

What are civil judgments?

Answer   a judgement is a courts decision to a particular matter. A judgement for 500$ awarded to A from B means B "has" to pay A 500$. Once the judgement is made this do (MORE)