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What is a judgment?

The proper term is Court Judgment. A court judgment is the final decisive act of a court in defining the rights of the parties.  It includes a decree and any order from which an appeal lies.  Other terms commonly used include, default judgment, civil judgment, foreign judgment, and judgment proof.

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  1. How long after the first 10 year judgement in Nc. Does the plaintiff ( Ally ) have to fill for the second 10 year judgement.

  2. If you were incarcerated and the creditor improperly accessed your credit file but in doing so also had information that you had an address of the incarceration facility on file.,,,and they then proceed to improperly notify you, and n=know they will be able to obtain a default judgment since your incarcerated constitute a violation of your rights.

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