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If the judgment/debtor does not voluntarily pay the judgment, you can request the court's assistance in forcing them to pay.
The first step would be a "judgment debtor
exam" where the court requires the company to reveal their assets and where they bank. That can allow you to:
levy (freeze and take money out of bank accounts)
sieze property (with sheriff's assistance)
The clerk of court for the court in which you won your judgment will have the forms for you to request the above-described assistance.
As for the interest, use an interest calculator (see below) and use the total figure owed as of the date you are filling out the form (e.g. update it each time you request court assistance). Here's an example of a loan
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