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How is a US state court's jurisdiction over a case dismissed without prejudice impacted within the context of a private settlement agreement?

Context: The text in quotes below is an excerpt from a hypothetical Private Settlement agreement between a Defendant (debtor) and Plaintiff (original creditor) in a state district court (United States)...
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Standing in court to collect based on "assignment of judgment" not filed in Court of Origin

Can private counsel or a collection agency "Register" a California state judgment in Federal Court for collection, and use an affidavit of "assignment of judgment" as proof of ...
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Why don't US courts use numbered paragraphs?

Many, if not indeed most, jurisdictions' (eg Germany, the UK, Australia, Canada, the Court of Justice of the European Union, and the European Court of Human Rights) courts make use of numbered ...
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What happens if an expert witness admits he lied in a case

This happened in in 2004, in Germany, in a very small town. I don’t speak the language and relied on my English speaking lawyer and my bilingual gf. On the night before the court date, my lawyer told ...
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Why do UK Supreme Court Justices read aloud their judgments?

All UKSC (and Privy Council) judgments are published and can be read and downloaded for free. So why do Justices read parts of them aloud, as you can see on UKSC's official YouTube channel? I'd ...
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Does fraudulent conveyance only apply to bankruptcy?

Say creditor has a judgement and before the judgment I transferred assets to someone else. Can the creditor go after the fraudulently conveyed assets? Or is that only for bankruptcy?
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What's the purpose of large judgments against a defendant that clearly can't pay?

A few years ago I was on the jury of a civil trial wherein we ruled that the defendant should pay millions of dollars to the plaintiff. They were found guilty in the criminal trial and were not ...