A plaintiff who has obtained a monetary judgement as a result of a court case, but who has not yet received that money, is known as a “judgement creditor.” This report is a survey of:
- whether judgement creditors made use of enforcement mechanisms to obtain their money;
- which remedies were used frequently, and which ones infrequently;
- how the remedies that were used operated, and how far they were carried; and
- how successful the remedy process was in obtaining money for judgement creditors (at the time of publication).
This report did not address monetary awards in marital disputes.