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What Happens After Judgment?

After the trial, the court may have ordered one party to pay money to the other party. The party who wins the case and is owed the money is called the Judgment Creditor. The party who loses the case and owes the money is called the Judgment Debtor.

Enforcement of the judgment is postponed until after the time for appeal ends or until after the appeal is decided if one is filed. This means that the judgment creditor cannot collect any money or take any action until after this period is over. Generally, both parties may be represented by lawyers after judgment and on appeal.

More information about your rights after judgment is available on the back of the Notice of Entry of Judgment form. The clerk may also have this information on a separate sheet.

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