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If a creditor has obtained a judgment against the debtor prior to his filing, does that mean the judgment will survive the bankruptcy?

A judgment may be discharged in bankruptcy if no timely objection is filed. If the judgment creditor holds lien rights against the debtor’s assets, then those lien rights may survive the bankruptcy discharge if not avoided.

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