The writ of garnishment
issued by the ND court is only good in ND. You will have to have a FL court issue a new writ of garnishment.
This gets back to your initial question of how to register a foreign judgment in Florida.
To do this, you will have to do is get a certified copy of the Judgment from the North Dakota court which issued it. Then you must take the certified copy of the judgment to the office of the clerk of the circuit court
of Brevard County with a cover letter directing that clerk to "file, record and index the attached certified judgment pursuant to Florida Statute section 55.503". You will want to send this request with the filing fee for the same. To obtain the filing fee, you need to contact the clerk and ask what the filing fee will be and then how payment may be sent (you may need a certified check).
Along with this you will also need to file an affidavit which states the name, social security number (if known) and last known post office address of the judgment debtor
and of the judgment creditor
. Then the clerk will send out a notice, which will be an additional fee.
After this, there is a 30 day waiting period. Once that waiting period has passed, you will need to then you will need to apply for the writ of garnishment to be served on the FL company for the payment owed (the account receivable).
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