Judgement-Proof

The financial state in which a debtor has no assets, money or property upon which a judgement creditor can attach or collect through legal process in which to satisfy a debt. The popular term, one cannot “squeeze blood out of a turnip” aptly describes the state in which a creditor tries to obtain money from someone that has none.

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