Judgements and Bankruptcy?

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Within the judicial system, a judgment is what a plaintiff receives from the lawsuit in the event they win. Within a bankruptcy, what happens to a judgement is that the person filing bankruptcy will be ruled in favor to receive the bankruptcy. They will be allow to continue with the bankruptcy and will no longer be indebted to creditors included in the judgement.
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If the bankruptcy is discharged you are no longer responsible for the debt.
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Lol, I will not give you the statutory citation. You can find that for yourself. But, the following are not dischargeable: 1. Student Loans. 2. Civil Court Judgments that result from
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