I am interested in starting a judgment recovery business in Indiana, but I am getting conflicting information as to whether Indiana law permits this type of business. Does Indiana allow for assignment of judgments, and for the assignees to pursue the claim as if they were the original judgment holder?
1 Answer from Attorneys
Under certain circumstances, a judgment can be assigned, but not in all cases. So, before you start your business, you need legal and insurance advice. It is very difficult to pursue and collect a judgment without the assistance of an attorney.
Related Questions & Answers
I used Drain Cleaning 911 in Michigan City Indiana and they only charged me $39 to... Asked 8/19/13, 7:12 pm in United States Indiana Business Law
I was in negotiations with three other individuals to purchase a prominent medical... Asked 7/30/13, 4:47 pm in United States Indiana Business Law
I placed a friend on my business account she isn't on my license or tax ID things... Asked 7/12/13, 6:53 am in United States Indiana Business Law
The hospital I work at has a policy to keep all contract records forever even though... Asked 7/12/13, 6:49 am in United States Indiana Business Law
If I paid a bill for someone and then asked them to repay the amount plus a certain... Asked 7/08/13, 8:30 pm in United States Indiana Business Law