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Are these two forms?
You must typically obtain the writ of execution first, then serve it along with the Notice of Right to Claim Exemptions.
Form 4-801 on this site:
is the writ of execution. Do I file that with the court first? And, then, the Judge has to ok the writ of execution, correct?
Or, do I use form: 4-805A?
And then, once the Judge ok's the writ of execution, do I have that served to the judgement debtor along with this form?
Then you serve on the debtor the signed form 4-801 and 4-808A on the debtor typically.
Who signs form 4-801? The Judge? And what about form 4-808A? Who signs that, if I am not submitting form 4-808A with the request for writ of execution?
I was told by the process server that form 4-808A has to be sent to the court and to me, the judgement creditor. The process server also has to file with the court that he successfully served the judgement debtor. Is that correct?
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