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A judgement was entered against me , I completed the motion to claim exempt property form GS IC-1603 (c) and mailed , i was notified that it was 2 days late,( i think they have the wrong server date.) I was told that they can take everything I own. All of my property was exempt on the form. I really don't own anything but my car, some musical Instruments, electricians tools , clothes and household goods. I am 69 years old I dont have way to get another car, if i did I guess they would take that to. Is there anything I can do ? Is bankruptcy an option? do I have any rights at this stage? how about state or Federal? Thanks?
Optional Information: State/Country relating to question: North Carolina Already Tried: called the civil Clerk ,Talked to the sheriff deputy, inconclusive
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