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Hello: Yes, they can levy (seize) upon and sell any assets that are titled in the name of the LLC that has the judgment against it. No prior notice of the seizure is required for obvious reasons. Most creditors don't want to have to deal with seizure and sale of asset. Hopefully, it isn't too late to work out a payment arrangement with them and get your truck back.
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The truck is in my name not the LLC
Then if the judgment is not against you personally your truck cannot be seized to pay for it. Show the title to the deputy and he should instruct the creditor that the judgment is not against the party that owns the truck.
What if payment in the form of a check was given to them 4/18/2013
.I was told by the deputy that payment in full now or they would tow the truck.