Due to a disputed debt, an abstract of judgement has been entered against me in California where I reside. Despite the fact that I own nothing anywhere, in the same form EJ-001 it states that “Summons or notice of Entry of Sister-State Judgment was personally served or mailed to (my name and address in California was provided).” What does it exactly mean by sister-state? Is there any judgment or action taken against me somewhere else? PS. I have been served with no summons.
What it almost certainly means is that, yes, somewhere else a judgment was entered against you, and the enforcement office in that state has recorded the judgment in California. What you should do is speak with a lawyer in both the original state, and in California, to determine how you can most quickly and cost-effectively clear the matter up.