This Factsheet looks at the rights you have to enforce a judgment debt.
What is a judgment debt?
If you have an order of a Court or Tribunal against a judgment debtor requiring them to pay money, it is called a "judgment debt". Judgment debts can be enforced for 12 years after the date of the judgment in NSW.
Generally, you should seek legal advice before seeking to enforce a judgment debt.
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This resource is under review following recent changes in the law. It may not be current and accurate.