If one become the losing party in a judgment lawsuit, they may be prone to a judgment execution. It is up to the plaintiff to follow up on the collection side of that judgment since the court does not enforce collection.

The executing of a judgment begins when an officer of the court is summoned to take possession of a defendant’s property as a way to collect on an obligation rendered by a civil judgment.  

 What Happens If A Defendant Does Not Pay A Judgment?

The two parties, in any lawsuit, are called the plaintiff and the defendant. The plaintiff brings the case and charges to court n an attempt to get reimbursed for damages. The defendant either wins and is not financially responsible or loses and is order to pay the plaintiff a specific amount of money.

Once the court makes its decision, that court body has no further responsibility. Again, the court does not enforce collection.

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If the plaintiff pursues the case, either by availing themselves of the course sold on this site: Small Claims Processing & Judgment Recovery Course or by hiring an attorney or collection agency they might be faced with a judgment proof defendant.

A judgment proof defendant is someone that has no assets like many college students. They have no job, no valuables, no real estate and are unable to ever pay. That situation might change if, for instance, after college, that defendant gets a job with a steady income stream. So, what happens when a defendant does not pay a judgment?  They are judgment proof until their situation changes.

Judgment Enforcement Solution

As a defendant, one can access the professional judgment collection course advertised on this site and have all the tools, forms, informational ammunition to execute enforcement.  The other alternative is to hire a judgment collection agency where the average contingency fee is 50%. Specific instructions found here: https://definitions.uslegal.com/e/execution-of-judgment

A dear acquaintance of mine had his house and other houses burned to the ground in that Ananda Community by a forest fire cause by a faulty spark arrester on a county vehicle.  Everyone was jubilant when they heard that news that they could sue and collect millions. But they decided not to sue since their policy has always been to treat the county as their home. They bore the burden of their hard luck; where there is dharma, there is victory. Incidentally, they were followers of Parahamsa Yogananda who wrote Autobiography of a Yogi.

Click the titled link on top of this page: Civil Debt Judgment Recovery Collections Course for a life changing professional overview for judgment recovery for yourself or as a side business.

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