What do you do if a Judgment debtor doesn't pay you? The following guide identifies some collection techniques
A Judgment Can be Recorded and Made a Lien on Real Property
A Judgment entered in Superior Court is automatically a lien on all real property owned by the debtor in the county where the judgment is located. If a judgment is entered in another court it becomes a lien when it is recorded in the real property records of the county.
Garnishment of Bank Accounts and Wages
You may issue a writ of garnishment against a person's wages or bank accounts.
A judgment creditor may require a debtor to testify regarding his assets and identify assets that might be seized.
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