How do you place a judgment against someone if they moved out of the state AFTER you won your case and you no longer know where they live?
You could try calling family members or friends if you know of any, and give them some believable reason for contacting the person, like you owe him/her money or you borrowed something and want to return it. There is the option of hiring a 'skip tracer' but that would result in more expenditure that you probably wouldn't be able to recover. Unless you can get the help of a neighbor or family member of theirs it will be pretty difficult.
What does it mean when you get a letter saying that a car company is putting a judgment against you?
Car Company Judgment It means you have missed a least one or more payments on the car and now they are going to garnish your paycheck.You should have received one or more letters telling you that you were behind. If you have moved in the last three months, they only have to send a certified letter to the last known address. They do not forward it unless you tell them you have moved.
You lost your home in New York in foreclosure. After you left they got a judgment on you for rent to the bank. You are now living in Connecticut. Is that judgment still good in Connecticut?
If your wages were previously garnished and the debt was not fully paid off and you've moved out of state since then can they garnish you again?
NO! The party holding the judgment will first have to get a sister stae judgment approved in the county that you moved to. Of course before that, they will have to find you...depending on the state, just keep your head down, don't go nust applying for credit, then let it die down. A California judgment is good for 10 years, with the opportunity to extend for another 10. Very few people extend judgments. * Monetary…
Creditor lawsuits generally must be filed in the state where the debtor resides. If the debt was incurred in one state and the person moved from that state after making the contract, in some instances a suit can be filed and a judgment awarded in the state where the contract was made. In which case the judgment/lien can be filed against property where the debtor now resides.
No they can't. However, if they take you to court and win a judgment against you and you do not respond to that judgment, then the state can issue a warrant. Added: There are several factors at play here, which are not altogether clear. If you are simply in violation of the rental contract, the rental company can file civil lawsuit against you to recover their property and the payment that is due them. HOWEVER…
You broke an apartment lease in California you are a resident of a different state and moved out of California as soon as you broke the lease what can they do to you from across the country?
Who were American colonists who moved to Canada rather than fight against the British crown in the war for independence?
If someone gets their car repossessed and moves to another country without paying the deficiency can they be deported and forced to come back to the United States?
That would likely depend on the laws in the country they moved to. maybe one should check that BEFORE they move. Answer No, the above poster hasn't a clue about much and even less about international law.It always makes more sense to fight than run.The problem with running to another country is you have to pay someone to represent you here otherwise they can get a default judgment against you.Whether they will enforce is it…
How long after a sluty make out session at the bar when you just met someone should you wait to call her for a date?
Once you have moved out of your rental unit, as symbolized by the return of the key, you are no longer allowed in that unit. Even if you have a duplicate key, you are returning the unit to the landlord by virtue of the fact that you are handing that landlord such key or number of keys you were issued. This allows the landlord to rent out the unit or to prepare it for rent…
You additional information has been moved to the discussion section. If the relative won the suit, there is no settlement. If there is a judgment, the estate can collect on the judgment. If there is a settlement, the parties agreed not to move forward with the suit. You can check with the clerk of court where the suit was litigated to find out how the suit was resolved.