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Good afternoon. It doesn't make any difference how many people own the corporation, the corporation is a limited liability and no owner is liable for a judgment against the corporation. Only the assets of the corporation could be attached to collect the judgment. In order to pursue the individual owner, the judgment creditor would have to go back to court and try to obtain a judgment against the individual as well, based upon the concept of "piercing the corporate veil" by showing that the individual owner commingled corporate and individual assets and accounts or that there was some deficiency in the formation of the corporation itself.
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