It is renewable if "A judgment or decree can be renewed only if, at the time of renewal, the existing judgment or decree has not expired." So if it has not expired it can be renewed.
A California domestic judgment accrues interest at 10% until paid, no other fees involved.
File a "foreign judgment" against the real property owned by the judgment debtor. This is done by contacting the tax assessor/land office in the county where the debtor resides. If the debtor does not have real property that can be encumbered by a lien, the judgment holder will need to secure a domestic judgment (requires another suit) from the state court in the county where the debtor resides to seize personal property or garnish wages for the repayment of the debt.
Open accounts (credit cards) 3 years from DLA, written contract 5 years from activation date, domestic judgment 20 years, foreign judgment 10 years.
Seven years or until the SOL pertaining to the judgment expires. Many states have domestic judgment SOL's that are 10 or 20 years, and many judgments are renewable. The older the judgment becomes, the less affect it has on the credit score. It will may cause other problems, for example, if the consumer wants to buy or refinance a home and in some cases, a vehicle(s), the lender may require the judgment be paid before approving any loan.
In an abstract judgment the grantor is the judgment creditor. The grantee of the abstract judgment is the judgment debtor.
Open accounts (credit cards)..6 years, written contract..6 years, UCC..4 years, domestic or foreign judgment..10 years.
If there is a judgment AGAINST you for fraud, then NO, such a judgment WILL NOT be discharged.
Whether or not a car can be repossessed after a judgment depends on the judgment.
Justice is the outcome of judgment, judgment brings justice.
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