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Thank you for responding. It looks like doing the right thing is to just request that they return a revised cover agreement that asks him to sign the agreement, which is not to be filed with the court, but held in escrow, should payments be missed. Correct? Also -The case was filed in August 2012 - they have refused payments unless judgement occur. The plantiff's attorney states that the clock is running out, and they have to push for final resolution (even though they already have a judgement), by August 2013, or the court (state: Mass) will require them to drop the case. is this true?