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If the plaintiff recorded an abstract of judgment without your name, he perfected the lien against the other defendants in the case, since the abstract of judgment does not impact you as the judgment against you was extinguished in bankruptcy. The judgment itself should have been corrected by the court once you proved to the superior court that the judgment against you was extinguished by bankruptcy and you need to file a motion to correct the judgment in the superior court to have your name removed from the court judgment. However, the abstract filed only perfects or files the lien against those mentioned in the abstract.
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