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Answered 2 days ago by Michael D. Siegel
You need to have the judgment docketed in NY and then you can get a Marshal in New York City to enforce it.
Answered 2 days ago by Patrick Johnson
You need to hire an attorney to defend you.
Answered 1 week ago by Michael D. Siegel
The statute of limitations applies to initiating suit. If there is a judgment, it does not apply.
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