It should have no effect. When the company was purchased, they would have also purchased the rights to enforce all of that companies accounts receivable, which includes your restitution. Just keep sending your payments until you are told otherwise.
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No. Restitution only ends when the Court tells you that restitution ends or by stipulation of the parties that is accepted by the Court.
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It does not change anything, unless some notification etc to the contrary
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Your annuity payments are an asset of a company and purchased as part of the assets sold to a successor entity...or if the company you owe was sold in terms of stock then nothing has changed at all. In your settlement agreement lookf for the clause called Assignment or possibly Successors.
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