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Any judgment (exception small claims) can be inacted as a lien against real property. However, if the amount is disproportionately small compared to the property value, it can be appealed. Actually it can be appealed almost anytime, if the defendent wishes to pursue the matter.

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Q: Can an auto lease judgment be used as a lien against your home in the state of New York?
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