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Scire Facias To Revive And Renew Judgment - Tennessee

Scire Facias To Revive And Renew Judgment Form. This is a Tennessee form and can be used in Circuit Court Shelby Local County .
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THE STATE OF TENNESSEE, To the Sheriff of Shelby County: TH IS IS THE REFOR E TO co mmand y ou to summon if found to be in your County, to appear before said Circuit Court Division at the Court House of Shelby County, in Memphis on the day of , 20 , at .M., to show cause, if any, why the judgment heretofore entered against Respondent, , on behalf of Petitioner, , in the amount of $ under doc ket number on should not be revived and renewed for an additional ten (10) years. WITNESS, Jimmy Moore, clerk of said Circuit Court, in Memphis, Tennessee, this day of ,20 . JIMMY MOORE, Clerk By: D.C.NOTICE TO RESPONDENT: You have the right to be represented by an attorney. If you are unable to afford an attorney, and with to have one appointed by the Coyouu mrt, ust rile a motion with the Court at once, giving rive (5) days notice to the petionti er or the petitioners attorney of the time and place your motion will be heard. You are charged with Contempt of Court, which may be of a civil and/or criminal nature. When Charged with Contempt of Court, you are not required to give evidence against yourself You are presumed innocent until proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. If you are convicted of contempt, there is a possibility that you will be fined and/or imprisoned. <<<<<<<<<********>>>>>>>>>>>>> 2Docket Number: CIRCUIT COURT SHELBY COUNTY, TENN. Plaintiff Scire Facias vs. To Revive and Renew A Judgment Defendant Issued CLERK BY: Came to hand Attorney Phone No. Two-sided Print
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