If you were the defendant in a Small Claims Court case and you lost, you become the debtor. The person who sued you becomes the creditor. If you lose your court case, the court may order you to pay money or return personal property. But the court does not collect the money from you. Talk to the...
For example, the creditor may:
Write to you and ask for the money.
Get an order from the court to take part of your wages or money from your bank account. This is called garnishment.
Get an order from the court to take or sell your personal property or land. This is called seizure.