I have paid in full a writ of Garnishmet on a judgement and now there is a motion for final judgemet in garnishment, I am inquiring what is a Motion for Final Judgement in Garnishment
Country relating to Question: United States
State (if USA): Florida
Hi and thank you for using JustAnswer!Please clarify: have you received a copy of the written motion?
Thank you. What does it say?
County Court has set a hearing to adress Plaintiff's Motion for Final Judgement in Garnishment.
Thank you. And what does the actual written motion for final judgment say?
Nothing just a court date and time
Thank you. What you've received is the notice of hearing. You will have to call the plaintiff's attorney and ask them to mail you a copy of their motion.Or, you can go to the courthouse and review the court file and see what they wrote in their motion. The only way that you can know what they are asking of the court is if you read their written motion. They may be asking that you be ordered to pay more money or they may be saying that you are paid in full and they want the file closed out. You won't know until you see that actual motion and see what it is that they are asking the court to do.It has been my pleasure to assist you today with your information needs. It is my goal that you are satisfied. No expert can promise you an answer that is favorable to your circumstances. But I will do my very best to explain the legal principles that are related to the facts you’ve described so that you can better understand the “why” of things. Please let me know if there is anything else I can provide to give you excellent service!"
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