judgment debt


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judgment debt

n. the amount of money in a judgment award to the winning party, which is owed to the winner by the losing party. (See: judgment, judgment creditor, judgment creditor)

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on the Judgment Debt will accrue at a rate of 8% per annum equivalent to
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relating to the Judgment Debt and 50% of the costs of trial.
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We intend to collect the judgment debt as expeditiously as possible.
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