The request to strike the judgment does not stay the judgment. The attorney would have to file a motion to stay in order for the execution of the judgment to be stayed.
If the attorney files a motion to stay does that stop the judgement temporarily or do they have to wait for a judge to rule on it? How long does it take normally to get an answer on whether the judgement can be opened or to hear if they accept the motion to stay?
In your opinion, after reviewing the court transcript above (I typed that right from the court printout) do you think they have a chance to get this opened? So the Motion to stay and Motion to strike are two different things?
You had stated above that if they file a "motion to Stay the Execution of the judgment", that will temporarily "stop the execution".
My question is, the Sharrif has already executed the judgment as the sharrifs office told me that the bank levy was done last Thursday afternoon. They said they still have to return to his home. So in this case can they still file a motion to stay the execution since it has already been done or is it to late to file a motion to stay?
You had said that the bank levy shall occur on the date it has been scheduled. Since it was already done last Thursday, does that mean that we are counting 5-10 days from last Thursday? Does the bank release the money to the Sharrif immediately? This defendant does have a significant amount of funds in his bank account due to the nature of his business.
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