Vacating or preserving stale judgments bearing inherent defects: setting aside the final judgment

By David J. Cook

The Free Press – Volume 10, Summer 2011

Published by the Commercial Law League of America

The crucible of every judgment is enforcement, compelling the judgment debtor to involuntarily compensate the plaintiff. Absent insurance or a solvent defendant, judgments do not reach a flash point until the debtor sells valuable property encumbered by a judgment lien, or confronted by aggressive and successful campaign of civil enforcement.

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