Hi! LegalGems here. My goal: To Do My Best To Assist You. Please remember, I can only provide general information,as this is a public forum. Typically a plaintiff will only follow through with a Complaint for Proceedings Supplemental if the judgment is outstanding. Since it has been paid in full, normally the plaintiff would dismiss this. Since they are unwilling to do so, you can file a motion to dismiss, and bring a copy of the judgment and the negotiated check. You should also send this information to the plaintiff, because sometimes, when the judge sees that a party has purposefully wasted the court's time by going forward with a moot issue, they will sanction that party for wasting the court's time.
State of Indiana County of ______________________
vs. ) Case No. _________________
Comes now (Insert name and specify Plaintiff or Defendant) in the above captioned case and requests that the proceeding supplemental be dismissed.
WHEREFORE, (Insert name and specify Plaintiff or Defendant) asks this Court that this proceeding supplemental be dismissed, and for all other proper relief.
Date _________________ ___________________________________
Signature of Attorney
The undersigned hereby certifies that, on ____________, a copy of the foregoing (Insert name and specify Plaintiff or Defendant)’S Motion To Dismiss Proceeding Supplemental was deposited in the United States Mail, postage paid, addressed to (Indicate name(s) and address(es) where motion was served).
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