Perfecting a Judgment Lien (FL)

A judgment obtained by a Florida court becomes a lien on the judgment debtor’s real property when it is properly recorded. The creditor’s primary interests in perfecting the judgment as a lien on a debtor’s property are two-fold:    Read the article……….

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