That would be great
Thanks for your help getting this resolved.
I now have met two lawyers that I like :), and yes you are one of them.
If the judgment debtor owns land there is a four step process to force the sale of that land to pay your judgment. Each step requires a court appearance. As a result Richards & Richards collection lawyers are in court all the time dealing with this type of enforcement.
The land must be worth more than the balance owing on mortgages and other charges registered against it. As well an allowance must be made for the consumer protection exemptions granted the debtor.
Usually the debtor pays rather than running the risk of forced sale.
It might be surprising how little might be owing on a judgment which is suitable for the forced sale process.
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