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Request And Order For Disclosure - Minnesota

Request And Order For Disclosure Form. This is a Minnesota form and can be used in Civil District Court Hennepin Local County .
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State of Minnesota County Judicial District District Court Case No. Plaintiff Request for Order for Disclosure Minn. Stat. §§491A.02, subd. 9, 550.011 Defendant TO: The Court Administrator Concerning: Judgment Debtor's Name Address City/State The Judgment Creditor states that: 1. The Judgment Creditor has won a Judgment in this lawsuit against the Judgment Debtor. 2. The case began in District Court and the Court Administrator docketed the judgment more than thirty (30) days ago OR the case began in Conciliation Court and the Court Administrator has docketed the judgment, 3. The Judgment Debtor has not paid all of the money which is owed to the Judgment Creditor, and 4. The Judgment Creditor and the Judgment Debtor have not agreed to some other way to settle the debt. The Judgment Creditor requests that the Court order the Judgment Debtor to fill out a Financial Disclosure form, and mail it to the Judgment Creditor at the address shown below. The statements made in this request are true and correct to the best of my knowledge. Date: Judgment Creditor's Authorized signature and title Print Judgment Creditor's Name Address City/State Telephone Zip Zip JGM302 State ENG Rev. 07/2004 www.mncourts.gov/district/4 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com STATE OF MINNESOTA DISTRICT COURT Judicial District: 4th Court File Number: Case Type: Civil County of Hennepin Plaintiff Address City, State, Zip vs. Defendant Address City, State, Zip ORDER FOR DISCLOSURE MN Statute § 491A.02 subd. 9; MN Statute § 550.011 THIS IS AN OFFICIAL COURT ORDER THAT REQUIRES YOU TO PROVIDE CERTAIN INFORMATION. READ IT CAREFULLY. TO: JUDGMENT DEBTOR Within 10 days after service of this Order, you must: 1. 2. Fill out the attached Financial Disclosure Form describing your personal finances. Mail this completed form to the JUDGMENT CREDITOR at the address stated in the box below. (Note: Certified mail is required unless the case began in Conciliation Court. MN Statute § 550.011.) WARNING: If you do not complete and mail the disclosure form to the Judgment Creditor within 10 days AFTER SERVICE OF THIS ORDER, the Judgment Creditor may ask the Court to hold you in "civil contempt of court." If the Court decides that you intentionally disobeyed this Order, the Court may fine you, put you in jail, or both. This order was issued because: 1. 2. 3. 4. The JUDGMENT CREDITOR has won a Judgment in the lawsuit against you. The case began in District Court and the Court Administrator docketed the judgment more than thirty (30) days ago, OR the case began in Conciliation Court and the Court Administrator has docketed the judgment; You have not paid the JUDGMENT CREDITOR all of the money which the Judgment says you owe; and You and the JUDGMENT CREDITOR have not agreed to some other way to settle the debt you owe. Mail the Financial Disclosure Form to: JUDGMENT CREDITOR'S Name Address City/State Telephone Zip BY THE COURT: Mark Thompson Court Administrator By: Deputy Date Original for File. Second copy for Debtor (___ mailed ___ delivered on _____________) Third copy for Creditor (___ mailed ___ delivered on ___________) JGM304 Dist4 ENG Rev. 7/12 www.mncourts.gov/district/4 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com
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