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judgment–proof

adjective

Legal Definition of judgment–proof

  1. :  of or being one (as a judgment debtor) from whom nothing can be recovered because he or she has no property, his or her property is not within the jurisdiction where the judgment was obtained, or he or she is protected from execution of the judgment by statute


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