The battle begins for satisfaction of the debt.
For a judgment creditor there is more than a little frustration that can stem from trying to collect money a court has awarded in the form of a judgment. After all, a judgment issued by court is not an order to pay but merely signifies what the judgment creditor is owed. In an ideal world once a court has awarded a judgment, the judgment debtor would remit payment of the judgment amount plus any accrued interest. The judgment creditor or its counsel would file a satisfaction of judgment and everyone would move on. This video reviews how, unfortunately, this is often not the case
Jason R. Canvasser
Clark Hill PLC
- Senior attorney at Clark Hill PLC in the litigation practice group
- Practice areas include general litigation, with an emphasis on commercial litigation
- Rising Star by Super Lawyers magazine, 2015-2016
- Member of the Wayne State Law Review
- J.D. degree, Wayne State University Law School; B.A. degree in political science, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
- Can be contacted at 313-965-8257 or [email protected]
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