Definition of "judgment-proof"
  1. The state of having insufficient assets or income to be taken by creditors even if they win a lawsuit
How to use "judgment-proof" in a sentence
  1. After examining his finances, they found him to be judgment-proof.
  2. Despite winning the lawsuit, they were unable to collect as the debtor was judgment-proof.
  3. Being declared judgment-proof can protect a person's assets from creditors.

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