Thank you for your response, of course you need to see the documents first to understand it better but the liable company assets sold to one of the defandants and we also executed garnishment against that company. But it is also a shell company, what we need to find out who has the assets right now. may be proceding supplimentary is what we need. can you also explain what is it?
Since the judgment is against a holding company, what needs to be done is post judgmnet discovery Florida Rule of Civil Procedure 1.560. You need to motion the court to allow this discovery, and attach to the motion the following interrogatories and requests for production:
1. Produce all bank account statements for the past five years
2. Produce all documents showing interests or memberships in any business entity, subsidiary, or affiliate that the ocmpany has held over the past five years.
3. Produce a copy of all documents showing any interest in real estate or business personal property that the company has held in the past 5 years.
4. Produce a copy of all financing statements and profit and loss statements for the past five years.
5. State any transfers of any money, interest, real estate, and
/or property that the company has made in the past five years.
6. State any and all payments made by the company in the past five years.
7. List all assets and identify their location.
8. State all bank accounts by stating the bank, the account number, and the current balance.
9. List all of your stockholders and/or members and provide their most recent contact information.
After you obtain this information you will have a much clearer picture of the corporation's assets so that you can seize them. If there has been a transfer during the course of your litigation, it may qualify for reversal under the Florida Fraudulent Transfer Act, which can be located at: http://law.justia.com/codes/florida/2005/TitleXLI/ch0726.html
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