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Why do I have a judgment on my credit report?
The Court does not report directly to any credit bureaus, however Civil records are subject to public access. Individual companies investigate our records to make sure items that impact the titles to property are accurate. Through this process our records may be reported to a credit bureau. If a judgment is satisfied, it is the individuals responsibility to inform the creditors that show it as outstanding.


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1. Why do I have a judgment on my credit report?
2. Can you tell me how much I owe on a judgment?
3. Do you have a listing of properties that are going through Mortgage Foreclosure?
4. Do you have a report of unclaimed property or excess funds?
5. Will the court appoint a lawyer to represent me in a Civil Case?
6. How do I find out if someone has a case filed against them?
7. May I view an actual court file?
8. If I come to the Clerk’s office in person, can the staff provide me with the record I’m requesting?
9. Can you give me someone’s address?
10. When is my court date? Or What is happening on my case?