Is the other party expected to pay up?
Defnitely. In the notice of judgment that we both received, it lists all the information for the judgment debtor (him), that includes information that failure to pay may result in: garnishment of wages and bank accounts, penalty equal to three times the amount of the unsatisfied judgment plus attorney's fees. I also got info for the county sheriff (just like TV, right?) - which was pretty cool. Never knew that Queens had a sheriff! I can also call a private marshal to collect. I can also issue a restraining order, as well as subpoena for his financial records. He has no idea what he's getting himself into by starting up with me... poor guy. If he knows what's best for him, he'll pay up ASAP and walk away with his tail between his legs (no pun intended).
But, like Brianna said - some people don't pay up. Those are usually people who don't have actual assets though. This guy clearly owns his house as well as multiple cars. If need be, I'll ask the sheriff to seize his car, break it up into little pieces, and give me a piece worth my judgment amount. Now, that would be fun.
I'm getting ready for war.