Question by  Mark94 (127)

What is the definition of a civil clerk's judgment collections case?


Answer by  Vladimir (459)

In a collections case, a civil clerk's judgment is a form of default judgment that may be entered, for example, when the defendant fails to respond to the complaint. In some jurisdictions, the case may be reopened (in limited circumstances) after such a judgment if the defendant files an appearance.


Answer by  mammakat (11147)

I can't find anything that fits that wording. If the clerk of court has issued a judgment to collect payment in a civil case or collection case, then that's an amount the court has determined must be paid. If it is not paid, you are in default of court order.

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