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What is required to sell a small claims judgment?


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Answered 2008-07-06 03:47:49

If you have a valid small claims judgment that is wholly or partially unsatisfied, you may assign the judgment to a third party by filing an Assignment of Judgment form with the clerk of the court. Contact the court for a copy of this form.

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