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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Judgment_(law)

In law, a judgment is a decision of a court regarding the rights and liabilities of parties in a legal action or proceeding. Judgments also generally provide the court's explanation of why it has chosen to make a particular court order.

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A Pennsylvania credit card judgment is only valid for 10 years. During that 10-year period, the creditor may utilize any legal judgment enforcement tools at its disposal to recover the debt. In addition, the creditor reserves the right to add 9 percent interest to the total judgment amount each year the judgment goes unpaid.

legal-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/judgement

49. Judgment of retraxit, is one where, after appearance and before judgment, the, plaintiff enters upon the record that he "withdraws his suit;" in such case judgment is given against him. Steph. Pl. 130. 50. Judgment in an action on trespass, when for the plaintiff, is, that he recover the damages assessed by the jury, and the costs.

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The State of New York provides limits on how much interest can be charged after a creditor receives a judgment. The legal limit for interest on debt in the state is generally 16 percent, but after a judgment, this drops to 9 percent. Interest rates begin accruing as of the date of the judgment.

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A judgment is the formal decision made by a judge or court after a lawsuit. At the same time the court make a judgment, they also may make a variety of court orders, such as giving a solution or remedy for a plaintiff in a civil matter, or imposing a sentence upon a defendant who is guilty in a criminal matter.

www.judgmentbuy.com/ColoradoJudgmentLaws.html

This law specifies the way ongoing judgment debtor wage garnishment liens work. Wage garnishments can be suspended by the judgment creditor. This law also specifies the priority of liens, and specifies that liens last 180 days after the writ expires, which implies, however this law does not state, that one has to renew writs each year.

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Ohio Judgment Laws. Judgments can be entered against individuals at various phases during litigation including default judgment , summary judgment and judgment at trial. The sooner an individual retains an attorney, the better position they are in to prevent a judgment from being entered against them.

www.mncourts.gov/Help-Topics/Judgments.aspx

Laws & Rules on Money Judgments The following is a list of some of the laws and rules that deal with money judgments in Minnesota. See also Laws, Rules & Legal Research. Minn. Stat. ch. § 548 (Judgments) Minn. Stat. ch. § 550 (Executions, Redemption, Exemptions)

www.dictionary.com/e/judgement-vs-judgment

Though judgement (with an e) has risen and fallen in popularity in British English, judgment remains the preferred spelling in British legal proceedings and appears more frequently in written work. Today, judgement is an accepted spelling in British English. But, if you stick to judgment, you won’t be judged in the UK or the US.

www.judgmentbuy.com/CaliforniaJudgmentLaws.html

The judgment-related laws in California are usually within the California Code of Civil Procedures, abbreviated as CCPs. Laws change over time, so please confirm any laws mentioned in this, or any of my articles. My articles are my opinions, and not legal advice. I am a judgment broker, and am not a lawyer.