Nos. 02-1654, 02-1753 and 02-2547.

352 F.3d 16 (2003)

FEDERAL REFINANCE CO., INC., Plaintiff, Appellant, v. Deborah KLOCK et al., Defendants, Appellees. Federal Refinance Co., Inc., Plaintiff, Appellee, v. Deborah Klock et al., Defendants, Appellees. Frank Romano, Jr., Defendant, Appellant.

United States Court of Appeals, First Circuit.

Decided December 5, 2003.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Judd L. Peskin, with whom Weiner and Peskin, P.C. was on brief, for plaintiff.

Valerie S. Carter, with whom Carter & Doyle, LLP was on brief, for defendant Klock.

Gary C. Crossen, with whom Rubin & Rudman, LLP, Valerie S. Carter, and Carter & Doyle, LLP were on brief, for defendant Romano and intervenor-defendant Essex Group, Inc.

Before SELYA, Circuit Judge, COFFIN, Senior Circuit Judge, and LIPEZ, Circuit Judge.

SELYA, Circuit Judge.

Many people think that securing a favorable judgment from a court of competent jurisdiction marks the end of a plaintiff's journey. In some instances, however, that is only a step along the road to meaningful relief. This is a case in point.

In 1997, Federal Refinance Co., Inc. (Federal) obtained a deficiency judgment for over $331,000 against Frank Romano, Jr. It spent the next five years trying to satisfy the judgment by levying upon...

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