The short answer is that you need to ask a mississippi lawyer because it may be exempt from seizure under Mississippi law. As additional information, however, you should know that the Louisiana judgment cannot simply be copied and taken to Mississippi with no further action and your land seized. The creditor would have to obtain recognition of the judgment from an appropriate Mississippi court and then use the appropriate Mississippi collection procedure to seize the property to satisfy the judgment. Although there is no guarantee on this matter, many creditors will not go to the trouble of pursuing this process because of the time, trouble and expense involved in collecting on a small judgment across state lines. If, on the other hand, the creditor is spiteful or otherwise motivated, they could still pursue it.
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