Collecting judgments in Missouri
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Published by National Business Institute in Eau Claire, WI .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Missouri.

Subjects:

  • Executions (Law) -- Missouri,
  • Judgments -- Missouri,
  • Collection laws -- Missouri

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementby Wendi S. Alper ... [et al.].
ContributionsAlper, Wendi, 1960-, National Business Institute.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsKFM8351.Z9 C64 1992
The Physical Object
Pagination345 p. ;
Number of Pages345
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1463312M
LC Control Number93121524

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ENFORCEMENT OF JUDGMENTS Collect When You Win a Lawsuit This guide provides background information about a variety of common procedures used to enforce judgments. For instructions and sample forms, see the Step-by-Step guides listed below. BASICS After obtaining a judgment, the judgment creditor’s next step is to attempt to collect what is Size: KB. Keep in mind: In Missouri, a creditor's ability to collect under a judgment lien will be affected by a number of factors -- including a fixed amount of value that won't be touchable if the property is the debtor's primary residence (called a homestead exemption), other liens that may be in place, and any foreclosure or bankruptcy proceedings. Missouri’s Child Support Collections The State of Missouri’s Child Support program has collected more than half a billion dollars each year since For Fiscal Year (the period extending from July 1, to J ) collections totaled over $ million dollars. Judgments expire. If you don’t collect your judgment before it expires, you lose the legal right to collect it. This is called the statute of limitations. The clock on the expiration date is stopped while the judgment debtor is paying a judgment in installments. A judgment from a small claims case expires six years after it .

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