The party who gains under a judgment.
This phrase refers to the plaintiff, who wins a lawsuit and is owed defendant financial compensation by the defendant.
The person for whom the judgment is entered; the person who wins the lawsuit.
a party in a civil suit who has received a favorable decision and has been awarded money or property, payable to him by the judgment debtor
a person having a legal right to enforce a judgment for a specific sum of money
a person in whose favor a judgment against a debtor has been entered, and which judgment remains unsatisfied
a person who has proven a debt in court and is entitled to use court process to collect it
The one that money is owed to as a result of a judgment.
A creditor who has won the right to attach a debtor's assets in litigation.
If a company or person sues another company for debt and obtains judgment in the court for that debt, the company/person is said to be a "judgment creditor".
The party who is owed the money on a judgment. When Judicial Revenue Service files our Acknowledgment of Assignment of Judgment, we become the Judgment Creditor under Code of Civil Procedure §680.240.
A creditor who has obtained a judgment in its favor and can now enforce the judgment by execution on property.
A person to whom money is owed by virtue of a judgment in a lawsuit.
A person who has obtained a money judgment in court and can now enforce the judgment by execution.
The party (who may be the plaintiff or the defendant) in whose favor a judgment has been awarded.
A person or business that is owed money as a result of winning a court case.
A person or entity who has a Judgment entered (by a Court or Registrar) in their favour and is enforcing that Judgment
The party to whom a judgment debt is owed.
A creditor who was awarded a judgment against a debtor.
A party who, by virtue of a court decision, is entitled to a monetary payment from another party.
The person who wins the case.
One who has obtained a judgment against his debtor, under which he can enforce execution; the owner of an unsatisfied judgment.
The party to whom the court awarded a financial judgment against a debtor.
1. A party in whose favor a court makes a financial award as part of the judgment concluding a lawsuit. 2. A party who has received a judgment in a lawsuit awarding it money to be paid by a judgment debtor.