The situation you are in is different from a regular "lien" which is brought about by contract
. In your case the company has a judgment against you and is attempting to enforce it. The only way you can extinguish the liens is by paying off the amount of money you owe in the judgment.
In regard to your statement that the court was not fair with you, it sounds like it is too late to do anything about this. After the court issued the judgment, the law provided you with a time limit in which you could have filed an appeal. This generally around 70 days. However, by the way you are stating the facts, I can tell that it is far past the appellate
deadline. As that is the case, you are legally obligated to pay off the judgment.
A writ of execution
on a judgment is generally good for approximately 10 years from the date it was issued. This means that for a judgment creditor
to actively pursue a judgment, it most go back to the court that issued the judgment every 10 years and request that a new writ be issued. However, a judgment is never extinguished until it was satisfied, and an unsatisfied judgment, such as the one you are facing, does not simply go away by the passing of time.
Please let me know if you have any further questions regarding this subject that I can address for you.
Zachary D. Norris