The right of a judgment creditor to collect against the assets of a judgment debtor varies depending upon the nature of the assets. Some asset types – primarily liquid assets – can be directly attached, while other asset types have limitations on attachment by the judgment creditor. Assets that cannot generally be directly taken by a judgment creditor usually provide for other recourse, such as potential foreclosure and forced sale of assets, or the imposition of a “charging order” against future income of assets.

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