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Asked on: 12/02/10, 9:17 pm

Me and my girlfriend purchased a lemon and took the dealership to small claims court for the full amount of the vehicle. We were awarded the judgment of $2,420.00. This was the easy part because its collecting the money that is the hard part. We were advised by an employee of the courts that since we payed cash for the vehicle we would have a hard time getting a Marshall involved and finding their account assets. We took further action and went to the DMV because we were advised to do so by the employee of the court. The DMV then sent letters out to both us and the corporation, stating that their license would be suspended if they did not pay the judgment. They still have yet to pay the judgment, and they are still selling cars from their shop, where do I have to turn to next to get my money back?

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