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A judgment is good for 20 years, but if the plaintiff wants to enforce the judgment against land it is only good for 10 years unless the plaintiff renews it for another 10 years.
DURATION OF LIEN. (a) Except as provided by Subsection (b), a judgment lien continues for 10 years following the date of recording and indexing the abstract, except that if the judgment becomes dormant during that period the lien ceases to exist.
Until the debt is repaid, the judgment remains unsatisfied. Satisfied judgments: This means that your debt is either paid or settled. While you may not have completely paid off your debt in full, you can satisfy a judgment by agreeing and adhering to a new payment plan.
The purpose of an abstract of judgment is to create a public record and create a lien or claim if necessary on any real estate owned or later acquired by the loser located in the county in which the abstract of judgment is recorded.
A judgment can remain on your credit report as long as it is \u201cvalid\u201d or \u201cactive.\u201d In Texas, judgments are valid (\u201cactive\u201d) for at least 10 years and they can be renewed for another 10 years after that, and then another 10 year after that, and so on, indefinitely.
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Satisfaction and release is the formal paperwork stating that a consumer has paid the full amount owed under a court judgment. A satisfaction and release proves that they have paid their debt and prevents creditors from trying to recover more money from them.
To release an abstract of judgment typically means to provide notification that the judgment identified in the abstract has been paid. Therefore, the first step in releasing an abstract of judgment is to pay the underlying debt. Depending on state law, this payment is made to the court or to the creditor.
By obtaining a TRANSCRIPT OF JUDGMENT for a fee (payable by cash or money order only) from the City Court and then filing or docketing that Transcript in the County Clerk's office (for an additional fee), a Creditor creates a lien against any real property, that is, real estate, the Debtor owns in the county.
Generally, the creditor gives the debtor (person who owes the money/property) the completed Satisfaction of Judgment (form GF-129) to file with the Clerk of Circuit Court and pay the filing fee. Satisfactions of Judgment can be filed electronically via the Wisconsin Courts System eFiling.
In most cases, getting a judgment release will require you to pay off the debt, including any interest and court costs. Once the final payment is received by the lender, they will issue the judgement release. It is also possible to get a judgement released by making special arrangements with the lender.

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