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.
File suit against the debtor in the appropriate state court in the county where the debtor resides. If the plaintiff wins a judgment they can execute the judgment as a wage garnishment against the debtor. New York allows a maximum of 25% garnishment of disposable income by a judgment creditor.
A judgment creditor cannot seize a refund, that action is only available to the IRS, state tax agencies or state child support enforcement agency. The judgment creditor would need to levy the debtor's bank account, garnish income or enforce the judgment by other means allowed by the laws of the debtor's state.
An SOL for debt only applies to the time in which the lender can legally sue the borrower/debtor. A valid judgment lien against real property in the State of New York is valid for ten (10)years and in some instances can be renewed.
By "judgment," do you mean an award of something of value in the settlement of a case, or similar? If so, it is good until it is satisfied/paid off. Not paying a court awarded judgment may result in having lien placed against your or your property.
The usual time limit is ten years at a maximum of 8% interest. N.Y. does not allow most judgments to be renewed. A judgment in New York is valid for twenty years. During that time it can enforced against a judgment debtor's income and assets. A lien of a judgment resulting from the docketing of a judgment with the County Clerk is good for ten years, and can be renewed for another ten years.
Yes, after a creditor is awarded a judgment said judgment can be executed as a wage garnishment against the judgment debtor.
Proof would have to be presented that the debt was valid before a judgment could be entered against the debtor. Since a judgment was entered then acceptable validation must have been provided to the court. Student loans both state and federal do not have SOL's, so the judgment is more than likely valid and enforceable.
Does the car hava a lien with a bank with your husbands name on it?
New York State Coalition Against Domestic Violence was created in 1978.
Both, provided the judgment is from New York. If the judgment was filed in Florida (as it should be filed in the state of residence) then only the laws of Florida are jursidictional.
Yes, with the execution of a valid court judgment.
File a lawsuit in the correct court of venue, if the plaintiff wins they will be awarded a writ of judgment, execute the writ of judgment as a lien against real property owned by the debtor. NY is a TBE state, a lien against joint property held by a married couple may not be valid unless the debt is owed by both spouses.
i can only speak for new york, but i am sure most states are similar...in NY a judgment is enforceable against real property for 10 years...it remains an individual debt for 20 years...it all depends on the statute in your particular state...my suggestion...call a nationally recognized title company in your area and speak with a title officer...the only thing that makes a judgment go away is a document called a Release or Satisfaction
A judgment against you is not invalidated just because you moved out of state. If you fail to wrap up your financial business before leaving, that puts you at a distinct disadvantage in Court, but running away does not clear the debt.
New York, I believe.
No, adultery is not against the law.
If you are stuck with a 12 month lease you will not be able to get out unless you can convince the Landlord to end your lease agreement early.
In any state, child support is part of a legal judgment. Changing any aspect of that judgment cannot be done by simply refusing to comply.
Call the NY State Bar Association.
You need to file a new lawsuit in New York, and simultaneously move for summary judgment.
Yes they can
No, because in New York State, the 16 yr old's signature is of no legal effect. The kid lacks the legal capacity to create the contractual relationship (with limited exceptions that are not applicable here).