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What is the maximum amount a judgment in Arizona can be?

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If it is a civil judgment for debt then it will be whatever the amount of the debt plus legal fees and court costs and interest (10%) accrued on the judgment until it is paid. Judgments are of five year duration and can be renewed by the judgment creditor and executed at any time while valid. If it is a civil judgment for personal injury, malpractice, etc. the state has a law which requires voters to approve any caps on monetary damages for such action (Torts).

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