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Is it better to make a single Judgment or Joint Judgment on moneyclaim?

What is the difference?

Below is what options are available on Moneyclaim:

Your claim is against 2 defendants. You can select to enter Judgment against each defendant individually (single) or both simultanously (joint).

Make your selection below:
Single Judgment


Joint Judgment

Please be aware:

Single Judgment
If you select to enter Judgment against each defendant individually (Single Judgment), when you decide to enforce your Judgment you will have to request and pay for each Warrant separately.

Joint Judgment
If you select to enter Judgment against both defendants simultaneously (Joint Judgment), when you decide to enforce your Judgment you can request and pay a warrant against one of the defendants. Should that warrant come back 'unfulfilled' you can, under certain circumstances, request a re-issue of the warrant against the second defendant without paying a new warrant fee. This re-issue of the warrant against the second defendant has to be performed

11/12/2007 00:00

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