The Uniform Civil Enforcement of Money Judgments Act

A money judgment is an order for a party to a lawsuit to pay the other party a sum of money. Often money judgments go uncollected, and this situation is not helped by the archaic, fragmentary, and inefficient enforcement system. This project examines a proposal for a modern civil enforcement Act.

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