A certified check and make sure you get a receipt! In indentifying to whom the judgment should be paid, the judgment debtor should refer to the final judgment notification.
Anytime that you have a judgment on you no matter where you are you have to pay it. There are some instances where you may not have to but it don't matter if you are in PA or LA a judgment is a judgment.
Can a California Limited Liability Company be forced to pay a judgment
You can pay off the judgment , prove with a letter or some valid evidence that the judgment was made in error..
Pay the judgment like you're supposed to.
You pay the organization/creditor to whom the judgment was granted.
are taxes due on monetary judgment like a pay check
You pay it.
If there is a judgment against you, the best thing to do is to pay. It will remain on your record indefinitely if you do not. You can argue the judgment in court, but once a judgment is entered it will likely not be reversed.
You either pay or appeal. If there is really a judgment then you have already lost the court case.
Child Support cannot be attached to pay a judgment.
judgment in chicago Il are paid to the Chicago Department of Finance.
Yes. The property can obtain a judgment for delinquent rent payments. The mobile home could be sold if the debtor doesn't pay the judgment.Yes. The property can obtain a judgment for delinquent rent payments. The mobile home could be sold if the debtor doesn't pay the judgment.Yes. The property can obtain a judgment for delinquent rent payments. The mobile home could be sold if the debtor doesn't pay the judgment.Yes. The property can obtain a judgment for delinquent rent payments. The mobile home could be sold if the debtor doesn't pay the judgment.
No. The judgment creditor might take your car and sell it to pay part of the judgment, but your license has no intrinsic value for sale. In addition, the judgment creditor is not permitted to seize your license or ask the state to seize it until you pay the judgment.
Win in court or pay the debt.
In the Bible it says, "Let he who without sin cast the first stone." So whomever that may pass judgment be in debt to those who prove them wrong. So you may only pay off the debt of judgment if the person(s) judgment of you has been in turn, forgotten.
A judgment is collectible until it is paid. There is not statute of limitations on a judgment. It is best to pay it off so it is reported as satisfied.
If you have a judgment from a collection agency and it is valid, you have to pay it to have it reversed. If it is not valid you can try to appeal it.
If a tenant does not pay after a small claims judgment, then a garnishment can be placed on their checks. You will need to speak to an attorney for more details and laws your state.
If the judgment is against you and you do not pay it, the home can be sold to pay the debts.
You can pay the judgement, which will pay the creditor. Or, you can request to pay the creditor directly and negotiate for the judgement to be vacated (removed).
That is difficult to determine as it depends on the judgment holder and the laws of the state in which the judgment was awarded. Before the judgment can be executed it must be filed with the clerk of the court and signed by the judge. How the judgment holder chooses to collect the debt (wage garnishment, bank account levy, lien, etc.) would also have a bearing on when the judgment is enforced. Of course the judgment debtor also has the option of trying to negotiate with the judgment holder to pay the debt owed.
You can't really protect or hide your assets legally from judgment creditors. It is best to pay your bills on time and try not to get a judgment.
If you have had a judgment entered against you and have not paid, the prevailing party can request that the court garnish wages or property in order to pay the judgment entered against you. -J
Perhaps, the judge has descretion in whether to add court costs and other fees to a judgment or not.