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For PaulMJD only, I have been speaking to you about the transmission

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For PaulMJD only, I have been speaking to you about the transmission place that I won the lawsuit. I had a friend call them to see if they accept a check, and they a have alternator for 36.00 I was thinking of having him write a check and buying it just to buy something from them, and when they cash it seeing if his bank will tell him where the bank that cashed it at! I was going to have them do this to locate the bank, can the courts go after them if they know the bank but not bank account number? Is this a good way of doing it? Most banks probably would not tell the bank account number but having the bank would be a a lot of information.
Submitted: 3 years ago.
Category: Business Law
Expert:  Law Educator, Esq. replied 3 years ago.
All you need is the actual name of the bank, not even the branch, to apply for a writ of seizure to seize or levy their bank accounts. Once you have that information, you file the motion for writ of seizure and you state you want an order of seizure for all accounts in the name of "business" at XYZ bank. When the sheriff serves that on the bank they will look up the accounts by name and freeze them immediately, then they notify the owner and tell them they have 15 days to file for a release in court or the funds will be sent to you to satisfy your judgment. It is not likely the court would release the accounts without him paying you, so even if he objects, you generally will get paid either way.

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