To grant a motion to determine that a money judgment has been satisfied, the court must find that: 1.) the judgment creditor obtained a valid money judgment against the debtor; and 2.) the judgment debtor paid the amount of the judgment?and, in so finding, the court must determine whether the judgment debtor made actual payment to the judgment creditor or a payment equivalent thereto.
Coyle Crete, LLC v. Nevins
Connecticut Appellate Court
August 27, 2012
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