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I take it there has been a default and the affidavit filed. The next step would be to obtain a judgment through the judgment clerk and then execute on the assets of the judgment debtor.
ok so is that the same as getting a judicial review?
and how do i execute on the debtor.
once you have a judgment, you may have the sheriff levy on assets
sheriff may levy on real estate, bank accounts, other security interests
so how long does a judicial review take, its been in court for about 2 months
It can take a total 3-4 months
it depends on the backlog of the court
I wish you the best.
ah, so once they rule i can have the sheriff levy all the collateral agreed to?
yes, once they issue a decision and judgment
so do i still need to file a ucc1 financing statement/
you want to maintain that security interest
ok thank you very much
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