Current as of: 2011
(3) The secretary shall not suspend such operating privilege or registrations if the judgment debtor obtains a court order for installment payments and furnishes proof of financial responsibility as provided in § 344.27.
(5) When the secretary receives certification of the entry of a damage judgment in accordance with § 344.05 against a resident of this state which has been entered by an Indian tribal court in this state or by a court in another jurisdiction, the secretary shall give notice to the person of the receipt of the certification of judgment. If satisfaction of such judgment is not made and copy of such satisfaction filed with the secretary within 30 days from the date such notice was given, the secretary shall suspend the operating privilege and registrations of such judgment debtor.
(1) If the judgment arose out of an accident caused by the ownership or operation, with permission, of a vehicle owned by or leased to the United States, this state or any county or municipality of this state or a vehicle subject to the requirements of § 121.53, 194.41 or 194.42, the secretary shall not suspend such operating privilege or registration.
(2) If the judgment creditor consents in writing in such form as the secretary may prescribe that the judgment debtor be allowed to retain or reinstate the operating privilege and registrations, the same may be allowed by the secretary for 6 months from the date of such consent and thereafter until such consent is revoked in writing, notwithstanding default in the payment of such judgment or of any installments thereof as prescribed in § 344.27, provided the judgment debtor furnishes proof of financial responsibility for the future and maintains such proof at all times when such license and registrations are in effect during a period of 3 years following the date on which the agreement is filed with the secretary.
344.25 Suspension for nonpayment of judgment; exceptions. Upon the receipt, under § 344.05, of a certified copy of a judgment for damages of $500 or more arising out of a motor vehicle accident, the secretary shall immediately suspend the operating privilege and all registrations of the person against whom such judgment was rendered, subject to the following exceptions:
(6) Notwithstanding sub. (5), subs. (2) and (3) apply to a damage judgment in accordance with § 344.05 against a resident of this state which has been entered by an Indian tribal court in this state.
(7) At the time of the motor vehicle accident giving rise to the judgment, the person was complying with § 344.62 (1) or § 344.63 (1) applies.