In order for you to utilize the court system
to enforce a money judgment, you must
first become the owner of it. Fortunately,
in most states you're not required to pay
the full amount of a judgment in order to
For example, you can buy a judgment for as
little as $10.00, to obtain the rights to
collect it. Once the judgment holder accepts
your offer, he then files a
assignment with the court.
Once the assignment is recorded, you have
the same rights as the original judgment
holder. This means that you can use
garnishments to enforce the judgment.