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My question is that i cannt come up with this 76000.00 i can go pay this judgement to clerk of the court 4 the 54610.00 should i let the may 17 th deadline pass & go pay the 54610.00 on may 20 so the agreement is voided ? can they get another judgement on the same case if i pay this in full ?? thanks mike
as far as i know the agreement hasnt been recorded with the court but it says under court that a agreement was reached & thats it doesnt say anything else & i want to just pay this recorded judgement off & void the agreement
no they want 76000.00 the recorded judgement is for 54610.00 i want to pay the recorded judgement on dox pop it says court gave 2 may 1 st & so its past with the court & really i want the recorded judgement off my back so should i wait till may 20 to pay ??
so if i call the clerk of the court go there & give them a certified check for the recorded judgement & this case is marked close can they get another judgement for the rest or not i donnt want to be the one who goes back at this judge & so if the clerk excepts the check & gives me a receipt then can they come back at me ???
so when i pay this recored judgement in full when can i award my wife 51 % of my business s ? shes been with me working by my side since we opened & she worked the 1st 5 yrs with no pay i was sued soly & i donnt want the corps in my name only anymore ?
no i ment to ask you seperately & hoped i could get your answer as well ?
thank you !!!!
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