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This section contains information on contracts and torts , suing and being sued, How do I find a lawyer or a paralegal?, the civil courts, mediation and arbitration, and landlord and tenant issues.

A civil suit usually involves a dispute about the terms of a contract, or a claim for injury to a person, or their property or reputation (often defined as a tort). More…

There are many alternatives to suing that you may wish to consider before you start a civil case, and at any point after you bring your claim. More…

You will have to prove your case. Consider what witnesses and/or documents you have to support you. More…

There may be a time limit on how long you can wait before starting a lawsuit, which is set out in the Limitations Act . If you are uncertain about what limitation period applies to your case, you should consult a lawyer. More…

This section contains information on contracts and torts , suing and being sued, How do I find a lawyer or a paralegal?, the civil courts, mediation and arbitration, and landlord and tenant issues.

A civil suit usually involves a dispute about the terms of a contract, or a claim for injury to a person, or their property or reputation (often defined as a tort). More…

There are many alternatives to suing that you may wish to consider before you start a civil case, and at any point after you bring your claim. More…

You will have to prove your case. Consider what witnesses and/or documents you have to support you. More…

There may be a time limit on how long you can wait before starting a lawsuit, which is set out in the Limitations Act . If you are uncertain about what limitation period applies to your case, you should consult a lawyer. More…

In a civil court case, after a judge or jury hands down a verdict -- or after a court-approved settlement -- a judgment is entered by the court. As part of a typical judgment, the court orders the payment of money from one person to another. But the person who owes the money (the debtor) doesn't always pay up. A judgment lien is one way to ensure that the person who won the judgment (the creditor) gets what he or she is owed. A judgment lien gives the creditor the right to be paid a certain amount of money from proceeds from the sale of the debtor's property.

So how do judgment liens work in Georgia? Read on to understand the rules. (For more background information on liens on property and judgments in general, check out Nolo's articles Collect Your Court Judgment with a Real Estate Lien and Can You Collect Your Judgment? )

In Georgia, a judgment lien can be attached to the debtor's real estate -- meaning a house, condo, land, or similar kind of property interest -- or to the debtor's personal property -- things like jewelry, art, antiques, and other valuables.

To attach a lien to real estate, the creditor records the judgment with the superior court clerk in the Georgia county where the debtor has real estate now or may have real estate in the future. For liens on personal property, in the Georgia county of the debtor's residence, the creditor enters a judgment on the execution docket that's kept by the clerk of the superior court.

A judgment lien in Georgia will remain attached to the debtor's property (even if the property changes hands) for seven years (whether the lien is attached to real estate or to personal property).

This section contains information on contracts and torts , suing and being sued, How do I find a lawyer or a paralegal?, the civil courts, mediation and arbitration, and landlord and tenant issues.

A civil suit usually involves a dispute about the terms of a contract, or a claim for injury to a person, or their property or reputation (often defined as a tort). More…

There are many alternatives to suing that you may wish to consider before you start a civil case, and at any point after you bring your claim. More…

You will have to prove your case. Consider what witnesses and/or documents you have to support you. More…

There may be a time limit on how long you can wait before starting a lawsuit, which is set out in the Limitations Act . If you are uncertain about what limitation period applies to your case, you should consult a lawyer. More…

In a civil court case, after a judge or jury hands down a verdict -- or after a court-approved settlement -- a judgment is entered by the court. As part of a typical judgment, the court orders the payment of money from one person to another. But the person who owes the money (the debtor) doesn't always pay up. A judgment lien is one way to ensure that the person who won the judgment (the creditor) gets what he or she is owed. A judgment lien gives the creditor the right to be paid a certain amount of money from proceeds from the sale of the debtor's property.

So how do judgment liens work in Georgia? Read on to understand the rules. (For more background information on liens on property and judgments in general, check out Nolo's articles Collect Your Court Judgment with a Real Estate Lien and Can You Collect Your Judgment? )

In Georgia, a judgment lien can be attached to the debtor's real estate -- meaning a house, condo, land, or similar kind of property interest -- or to the debtor's personal property -- things like jewelry, art, antiques, and other valuables.

To attach a lien to real estate, the creditor records the judgment with the superior court clerk in the Georgia county where the debtor has real estate now or may have real estate in the future. For liens on personal property, in the Georgia county of the debtor's residence, the creditor enters a judgment on the execution docket that's kept by the clerk of the superior court.

A judgment lien in Georgia will remain attached to the debtor's property (even if the property changes hands) for seven years (whether the lien is attached to real estate or to personal property).

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