Under Michigan law, a judgment from a Michigan court is good (i.e., remains collectable) for 10 years, while a judgment from another state is good for 6 years. However, a judgment may be “renewed” for another 10- or 6-year period.
Additionally, wily debtors can slow down the collection process by filing motions for a new trial, motions for rehearing or reconsideration, or motions for other relief from judgment within the 21-day appeal period.
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