What is the cost to file a Foreign Judgment?

When filing a Foreign Judgment, you must file an affidavit stating that the judgment is final, uncontested, unsatisfied in whole or in part, the amount of the remaining balance should be stated also. A certified sealed copy of the Judgment and a sealed Exemplification of the Clerk of Court and the Presiding Judge, are required. The filing fee is $100.

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1. How do I execute the judgment after filing it with Clerk of Court’s Office?
2. What is the cost for filing a civil case?
3. What is the cost to file a Transcript of Judgment from the Magistrate’s Court?
4. What is the cost to file a Foreign Judgment?
5. How do I file a Transcript of Judgment from another County?
6. Do I file small claims cases in your office?
7. When is a case a matter for Magistrate Court and when it is for “Common Pleas?”
8. What type of case is a matter for Master-in-Equity Court and can I have my case heard there? Is it faster?
9. Do you provide case and judgment information to companies such as credit bureaus?
10. Does the Court of Common Pleas handle bankruptcy proceedings? If so, how?
11. How do I appeal the outcome of a Common Pleas case?
12. Can you tell me how to appeal a case from another (lower) court?
13. When will my Common Pleas case be heard?