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How long does a judgment lien last in New Hampshire? A judgment lien in New Hampshire will remain attached to the debtors property (even if the property changes hands) for six years (whether the lien is attached to the debtors real estate or personal property).
You can obtain a PACER login on-line or by calling (800) 676-6856. If you have a PACER account, you may login to the courts electronic case files. You may also view the courts electronic case files free of charge at the public terminals in the clerks office.
You can obtain a PACER login on-line or by calling (800) 676-6856. If you have a PACER account, you may login to the courts electronic case files. You may also view the courts electronic case files free of charge at the public terminals in the clerks office.
Under T.R. 53.2, if a judge takes a cause tried to the court under advisement and fails to determine any issue of law or fact within ninety (90) days of the submission of all pending matters, the case may be withdrawn from the judge. Ind.
A lien placed on a debtors property by a court judgment to secure the payment of a debt by a judgment debtor.
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The post-judgment interest rate for judgments entered from October 17 through October 23, 2022 is: 4.38%.
CIVIL CASES OTHER THAN FAMILY LAW (2) Civil Jury Cases Within 18 months from appearance date. Civil Non-jury Cases Within 12 months from appearance date.
Code of Civil Procedure (CCP) section 1005 states the amount of time required to give notice of most motions. The moving papers must be personally given to each opposing side at least 21 days before the hearing on the motion, OR mailed to each opposing side at least 26 days before the hearing on the motion.
1. Take your judgment amount and multiply it by your post judgment rate (%). 2. Take the total and divide it by 365 (the number of days in a year).
Most debt claims, however, that arise from a written credit contract must be brought within 3 years of the payment default. There are exceptions to this rule, for example, a retail sales installment contract claim may be brought within 4 years of the default of payment.

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