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Did the corporation still have assets when it was dissolved and what happened to them?
The Judgment can still be enforced if there are assets as they must be somewhere.
If there are assets and they have been transferred to another corporation then that transfer could be set aside and in fact the directors could then be personally liable.
What you can do is subpoena the directors of that corporation to attend court for a cross-examination and ask them about the assets.
If they fail to attend the court will order a bench warrant for their arrest.
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It really depends on what happened to the assets if any.
If there aren't any then the director didn't harm anyone by not dealing with the corporation.
But if they took assets or transferred them then the could be personally liable.
Is there anything more I can help you with at this point in time?