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Superior court winning decision Appeal, Likelihood of collecting

A superior court decision was rendered to me as winning on all counts in a civil matter for an amount over 80k.  The defendant is appealing the decision, even though, he is clearly in the guilty of the matter I am suing him for, with actual (exposed in court perjury) during the trial. 

After the appeal, if I am declared the winning party once again, what is involved in actually collecting the judgement?

I am considering switching from a public defender to a more experienced lawyer.

Are there enormous legal / bailiff / i don't know what fees that I am responsible for?  Does the superiour court of QC handle this for me?

If the defendant owns a property (residence that they live in), can that property be liquidated to fufill the obligation? Would this person be able to declare personal bankruptcy to avoid paying me?

Thanks, and I look forward to a response.

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