Mechanic Refuses to Pay Judgment After Customer Sues Him

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As I understood it, what he calls a "creditors exam" is pretty much the same thing in Oklahoma, although I think it's called an "asset hearing". But his explanation about that sounds exactly like what I was told by a couple of lawyers, except I think you'd have to hire someone to serve him, additional fees, etc., etc.
 

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Friend got hit in his 240Z by an uninsured lady and wiped his car out.
He took her to court and /won a judgment against her.

But that judgment does not make her pay.
You must go back to court and get a wage garnishment against her or get money some other way.

The initial judgement back then in the 90's meant absolutely nothing.

The system may work the same way today and if the person is on government assistance you can't get any money from them.

Best you can do it report them to credit agency.
Messed up system.
 

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