Affidavit And Order And Notice Of Garnishment Of Personal Earnings And Answer Of Employer | Pdf Fpdf Doc Docx | Ohio

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Affidavit And Order And Notice Of Garnishment Of Personal Earnings And Answer Of Employer | Pdf Fpdf Doc Docx | Ohio

Affidavit And Order And Notice Of Garnishment Of Personal Earnings And Answer Of Employer

This is a Ohio form that can be used for Civil - Small Claims within City (Municipal Court), Vandalia.

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<document>COURT COUNTY OFVANDALIA MUNICIPAL COURT AFFIDAVIT AND ORDER &amp; NOTICE OF GARNISHMENT OF PERSONAL EARNINGS &amp; ANSWER OF EMPLOYER. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CREDITORVANDALIA MUNICIPAL COURT CIVIL DIVISION:::::::Index No.245 J. E. Bohanan Mem. Dr., P.O. Box 429, Vandalia, OH 45377Calendar No.VS.CASE NO. (MUST BE ON ALL REFERENCES) DEBTORTHIS COMMUNICATION IS FROM A DEBT COLLECTORJUDICIAL SUBPOENAPlaintiff(s) -against-Defendant(s)JUDGMENT CREDITOR IS RESPONSIBLE TO REMAIN AWARE OF GARNISHMENT STATUS (SS# OPTIONAL) -- STATE OF OHIO MONTGOMERY COUNTY, SS: The undersigned, being first duly cautioned, sworn or affirmed according to law, says that I am attorney/judgment creditor herein who heretofore recovered, or certified, a judgment in this court against above named judgment debtor; that I have good reason to believe and do believe that the garnishee named in Section A below has personal earnings owing to the judgment debtor that are not exempt under section 2329.66 Ohio Revised Code (O.R.C.); that the written demand on judgment debtor requires by 2716.02 O.R.C. has been made at least 15 and not more than 45 days before the date hereof; that payment demanded in such written demand has not been made, nor a sufficient portion been made to prevent the garnishment of personal earnings described in such section; that affiant has no knowledge if the judgment debtor has applied for trusteeship, or is the subject of a debt scheduling agreement, either of which precludes the garnishment of judgment debtor's personal earnings.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .SIGNATURE: JUDGMENT CREDITOR/ATTORNEY (SIGNATURE ON ORIGINAL ONLY)Sworn to &amp; Subscribed before me on NOTARY PUBLIC (SIGNATURE ON ORIGINAL ONLY)GARNISHEE: SECTION A: COURT ORDER AND NOTICE OF GARNISHMENT THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK TOThe judgment creditor in this case has filed an affidavit, satisfactory with this court, stating that you owe the judgment debtor money for personal earnings and that some of that money may not be exempt from garnishment under Ohio or U.S. law. You are ordered to complete the Answer of Employer (Garnishee) in Section B of this form. Return a completed &amp; signed copy of this form to the clerk of this court within 5 business days after receiving this garnishment order. Deliver a completed and signed copy, and accompanying documents entitled Notice to the Judgment Debtor &amp; Request for Hearing to the debtor. Keep a completed and signed copy for your files.GREETINGS:Total Probable Amount Now Due On Judgment Is $; Total Probable Amount Now Due includes the unpaid portion of the Judgment in favor of the judgment creditor, which is $; Judgment interest and, if applicable, pre-judgment interest relative to Judgment at % per annum payable until judgment is satisfied; and court costs in the amount of $ This garnishment order of personal earnings is a continuous order requiring you to withhold a specified amount, calculated during each pay period at the statutory percentage of the debtor's personal disposable earnings as determined in accordance with the Interim/Final Report &amp; Answer of Garnishee, from the debtors personal disposable earnings during each pay period commencing with the first full pay period beginning after you receive the order until the judgment in favor of the creditor, court costs, judgment interest, and, if any, pre-judgment interest has been paid in full. You must pay that specified amount, calculated each pay period at the statutory percentage to the clerk of this court within 30 days after the end of each pay period of the debtor and must include with that specified amount an Interim/Final Report &amp; Answer of Garnishee in the form set forth in 2716.07 O.R.C. An Interim/Final Report form comes with this garnishment order of personal earnings. Photocopy it to use each time you pay the specified amount to the clerk of this court. You are permitted to deduct a processing fee of up to $3.00 from the debtor's personal disposable earnings for any pay period of the debtor that an amount was withheld for that order (processing fee is not part of the court costs). You are not required to file with the court the Interim/Final Report and Answer of Garnishee for any pay period of the debtor for which an amount from the debtor's personal disposable earnings was not withheld for that order. This garnishment order of personal earnings will remain in effect until one of the following occur: (1) the total probable amount due on the judgment is paid in full due to your withholding of the specified amount, calculated during each pay period at the statutory percentage from the debtor's personal disposable earnings that commenced with the first full pay period that commenced after you received this order; (2) the creditor, or creditor's attorney, files with this court a written notice that the total probable amount due on the judgment has been satisfied, or the creditor, or creditor's attorney, files a written request to terminate this garnishment order and release you from the mandate of this garnishment order; (3) a municipal or county court appoints a trustee for the debtor and issues to you an order that stays this garnishment order of personal earnings; (4) a federal bankruptcy court issues to you an order that stays this garnishment order of personal earnings; (5) a municipal, county, or a common pleas court issues to you a garnishment order of personal earnings that relates to the debtor and a different creditor, and Ohio or federal law provides the other order with a higher priority than this order; (6) a municipal, county, or a common pleas court issues to you a garnishment order of personal earnings that relates to the debtor and a different creditor that does not have a higher priority than this order; (7) the creditor, or creditor's attorney, files with this court a written request to terminate and release the garnishment order, and as a result, the garnishment order will cease to remain in effect. Under any of the circumstances listed, you are required to file with this court an Interim/Final Report &amp; Answer of Garnishee in the form set forth in 2716.08 O.R.C. Under the circumstances listed in (5) &amp; (6) above, you must cease processing this garnishment after the expiration of the full pay period within which

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