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PUBLIC RECORDS
TAX DEED
UNPAID MORTGAGES
TITLE COMPANY
BUYER
ESTATE
OJCS
LIENS
DEED
APPEAL
JUDGMENT DOCKET
DEFAULT JUDGMENT
FOREIGN JUDGMENT
RES JUDICATA
JUDGMENTS
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Definitions

  1. Judgments are generally legal disputes that don't involve property or collateral. (Web site)
  2. Judgments are classified as in personam, in rem, and quasi in rem.
  3. Judgments are filed in room 107 of the County Clerk's office.
  4. Judgments are binding: the countries concerned are under an obligation to comply with them. (Web site)
  5. Judgments are valid for ten (10) years and are generally awarded for a specific sum of money. (Web site)

Public Records

  1. A judgment is a final determination by the Court resolving a given case and is entered into public record.
  2. After identifying the true buyers and sellers, title companies may disregard the judgments, liens or other matters on the public records under similar names.
  3. Judgments in rem are those that determine ownership of property.

Tax Deed

  1. That means that if you purchase a tax deed at this sale, you are responsible for any other unpaid liens or judgments on the property. (Web site)
  2. Courts have held that any party, as purchaser at an execution sale, is presumed to be cognizant of every fact pertaining to the status of the judgment.

Unpaid Mortgages

  1. Because a civil judgment can reduce your credit score and remain on your credit report for up to seven years, paying the judgment is likely a top concern.
  2. First, they examine the title records for prior conveyances, unpaid mortgages, liens, judgments, easements, and other encumbrances and clouds on title.
  3. A title insurance protects against any tax liens, unpaid mortgages, or judgments missed in the research of the history of title on the property. (Web site)
  4. In addition, any encumbrances like unpaid mortgages, liens, or unsettled judgments must be cleared prior to the registration of your transfer deed.

Title Company

  1. Should the borrower attempt to sell this property, the judgment must be satisfied, or paid, before the title company will release the title.
  2. Then you find Judgment Enforcers, and try to sell the judgments at a profit. (Web site)
  3. Or, there could be legal judgments against you or a mechanic's lien against the property by a supplier who wasn't paid for home improvements.

Buyer

  1. He could use the property as collateral for a loan or have received money, judgments, or liens which can attach to the real estate.
  2. This protects the buyer from any prior judgments, liens, or other claims that may subsequently be brought against the property.
  3. Monthly payments are payments toward satisfying the judgment but are not payment in full.

Estate

  1. Escrows are taken at closing for various items, such as real estate taxes or as security against outstanding liens such as judgments or mortgages.
  2. In judgments that require the repayment of a debt, the court may place a lien against the debtor's real property as collateral for the judgment's creditor.
  3. A judgment is a general lien against the debtor's real estate and constitutes security for any money owed under the judgment.

Ojcs

  1. In civil cases, Judgments typically reflect the decision of the trier of fact (judge or jury) that the Defendant does or does not owe the Plaintiff money.
  2. How to flip judgments: Judgment flipping depends on locating motivated judgment owners, called the Original Judgment Creditors (OJCs). (Web site)
  3. Judgment flipping is not really new; it's just another way of making money without having to directly enforce judgments. (Web site)

Liens

  1. Title insurance insures the lender as to the priority of its lien, meaning there are no other mortgages, liens or judgments recorded prior to their mortgage.
  2. That brings us to the second method for finding out about liens and judgments on tax lien properties, and that is to do it yourself. (Web site)
  3. Mr Justice Banda granted the Judgment Creditor leave to register the judgment. (Web site)

Deed

  1. A title search can show a number of title defects among these are unpaid taxes, unsatisfied mortgages and judgments against the seller. (Web site)
  2. Encumbrance - Liens, mortgages, taxes, judgments, easements, deed restrictions, etc. (Web site)

Appeal

  1. In criminal cases, the judgment should be docketed as soon as possible after the clerk has prepared a statement of fines and costs.
  2. Interest runs from date of judgment, but on foreign judgments, it runs from date of docketing.
  3. We would affirm the judgment of the Court of Appeal and dismiss the appeal against that judgment to this Court. (Web site)

Judgment Docket

  1. Once a judgment has been rendered, it must be entered in written form into the court's record, usually called a judgment docket (Federal Rule 58).
  2. A motion to set aside a judgment as void for lack of jurisdiction is not subject to the time limitations of Rule 60(b).
  3. When a judgment is rendered, the Assistant Attorney General representing TWC will forward a copy of the judgment to Collection Section, Civil Actions Unit.

Default Judgment

  1. They have original jurisdiction over all cases not exclusively assigned to another court and appellate jurisdiction over judgments from the minor courts.
  2. A default judgment is a judgment on the merits, however, and so it would have claim preclusion effect.

Foreign Judgment

  1. Thus, a judgment of a foreign court to be conclusive between the parties must be a judgment pronounced by a court of competent jurisdiction. (Web site)
  2. Upon such examination, the Belgian court will then decide whether or not a judgment of execution shall be granted to the foreign judgment in question.

Res Judicata

  1. This order and judgment is not binding precedent, except under the doctrines of law of the case, res judicata, and collateral estoppel. (Web site)
  2. If the plaintiff fails to make such a motion, she may file a writ of scire facias to revive the judgment. (Web site)
  3. The judgment debtors filed further affidavits in which they averred that they had since appealed against the judgment of the London High Court. (Web site)

Judgments

  1. Appellate procedure consists of the rules and practices by which appellate courts review trial court judgments. (Web site)
  2. The Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and most state rules of civil procedure allow appeals only from final judgments.
  3. Currently, there are two leading Supreme Court decisions concerning registration of foreign judgments in Zambia. (Web site)
  4. A claim against a judgment of a court of a different political subdivision must be raised by means of a separate petition. (Web site)

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