Fifteen ways to Collect a Court Judgment
 

1. Place a lien on real property owned by the debtor.

2. Place a lien on business property owned by the debtor.

3. Conduct a debtor’s examination under oath at the court where the judgment was entered.

4. Conduct a debtor’s examination under oath of the debtor’s clients or customers at the court where the judgment was entered.

5. Garnish or seize the debtor’s wages.

6. Seize (levy on) bank or savings accounts owned by the debtor.

7. Have a sheriff collect from a business debtor’s cash register (till tap).

8. Have a sheriff collect funds from a business as it is received from customers (keeper).

9. Seize and sell business assets of the debtor.

10. Levy on (collect) debts owed to the debtor by third parties.

11. Seize and sell the debtor’s vehicle if not exempt.

12. Seize and sell non-exempt personal assets of the debtor such as art and jewelry.

13. Obtain a court order requiring the debtor to turn over specific personal property.

14. Obtain a court order requiring the debtor to transfer or assign certain rights such as rents or royalties.

15. Force the sale of real property owned by the debtor.

 

 

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