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Judgment (MC-012) with the court. Interest Unpaid judgment amounts accrue interest at the legal rate of 10% per year (CCP § 685.010; 7% if the judgment debtor is a state or local government entity, California Constitution, Article XV, §1). Costs approved by the court are included as part of the judgment amount, and thus accrue interest.
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Calculation of Interest on Judgment and Amount Due Following are various formulas and examples to assist with the calculation of interest on a judgment using a 10% interest rate: l Calculating Daily Interest on a Judgment Using 10% Interest Rate Following is the formula for figuring out the amount of interest earned per day on a judgment.
bear any interest after the date of the judgment or order by virtue of which it is due, shall bear interest from the day on which such judgment debt is payable, unless that judgment or order provides otherwise. (2) Any interest payable in terms of subsection (1) may be recovered as if it formed part of the judgment debt on which it is due.
OF ACCRUED INTEREST . Code of Civil Procedure, §§ 685.040, 685.070, 695.220 . www.courts.ca.gov. Page 1 of 2. ATTORNEY OR PARTY WITHOUT ATTORNEY. STATE BAR NUMBER: NAME: ... The payments received are applied first to the amount of accrued interest, and then to the judgment principal (including postjudgment costs allowed) as follows: credit to ...
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Once your judgment has been paid or satisfied, you should send to the county where the judgment was originally entered, or to the Clerk of the Superior Court for cases with a J or DJ docket number or send the debtor directly - a . Warrant to Satisfy Judgment. A sample form appears on the Judiciary’s Web site.
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