Interim Final Report And Answer Of Garnishee | Pdf Fpdf Doc Docx | Ohio

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Interim Final Report And Answer Of Garnishee | Pdf Fpdf Doc Docx | Ohio

Interim Final Report And Answer Of Garnishee

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

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<document>VANDALIA MUNICIPAL COURT INTERIM / FINAL REPORT AND ANSWER OF GARNISHEE (2716.07, 08 ORC). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .:::::::Index No.Judgment CreditorCalendar No.VS.CASE NO.Please note: you must make multiple copies of this form, as a newlyJUDICIAL SUBPOENAPlaintiff(s)Judgment Debtorcompleted copy must be sent with each payment.The Garnishee, in the above case states as follows:INTERIM REPORTs). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .NEW YORKall business and excuses being laid aside, you and each of you attend before Court at the located at,1. The date that the garnishee received the garnishment order of the judgment debtor's personal earnings was 2. The total probable amount due on the judgment, including court costs, judgment interest and, if applicable, pre-judgment interest, as stated in either section A of the garnishment order of the judgment debtor's personal earnings or in the Affidavit of Current Balance Due of the Garnishment Order if that affidavit has been received subsequent to the garnishment order, is $ 3. The pay period of the judgment debtor is (enter weekly, biweekly, semimonthly, or monthly. Do not enter a pay period of more than one month) 4. The disposable earnings of the judgment debtor earned during the judgment debtor's present pay period is ( Disposable Earnings means earnings after deductions required by law. Present Pay Period means the pay period for which you are completing this Interim/Final Report &amp; Answer of Garnishee). $ 5. The amount equal to 25% of the judgment debtor's disposable earnings set forth in section 4 of this form is $ 6. times the current federal minimum hourly wage is (if the judgment debtor is paid weekly, enter 30, if paid biweekly, enter 60, if paid semimonthly, enter 65, if paid monthly, enter 130, then calculate the amount). $ 7. The amount by which the amount in section 4 of this form exceeds the amount in section 6 of this form is $ 8. The smallest of either the amount entered in section 5 of this form, the amount entered in section 7, or the amount entered in section 2 is, $ 9. The amount entered in section 8 of this form, plus or minus, as appropriate, the garnishee's processing fee is $ (if the amount entered in section 8 equals the amount entered in section 2, then add up to $3.00; otherwise subtract up to $3.00) 10. Other deductions $ 11. The calculated amount that has been withheld from the judgment debtor's personal earnings during the judgment debtor's present pay period and that is submitted with this Interim/Final report and Answer of Garnishee is $o'clock in thenoon, and at any recessed , 20, at evidence as a witness in this action on the part of theFINAL REPORT (in addition to questions 1 &amp; 2, answer the following questions when filing a Final Report)this subpoena is punishable as a contempt of court and will make you liable to subpoena was issued for a maximum penalty of $50 and all damages sustained as a, one of the Justices of theday of, 20(Attorney must sign above and type name below)Attorney(s) for3. The total probable amount that has been withheld from the judgment debtor's disposable earnings and paid to the court while the garnishment order of the judgment debtor's personal earnings remained in effect is $ 4. (When applicable) the total probable amount due on the judgment (stated in 2 above) is not equal to the total amount that has been withheld (stated in 3 above), and the reason for that difference is that the garnishment order of the judgment debtor's personal earnings ceased to be in effect for the following statutorily prescribed reason(s) (check whichever apply): (A) A municipal or county court appointed a trustee for the judgment debtor and issued an order that stays the garnishment order of the debtor's personal earnings. (B) A federal bankruptcy court issued an order that stays the garnishment order of the judgment debtor's personal earnings. (C) A municipal, county, or common pleas court issued another garnishment order of personal earnings that related to the debtor and a different creditor, and Ohio or federal law provides the other order a higher priority. Set forth the name of the court that issued the higher priority order, the associated case number, the date that the higher priority order was received, and the balance due to the relevant judgment creditor under that order: (D) A municipal, county, or common pleas court issued another garnishment order of personal earnings that relates to the debtor and a different creditor and that is not described in 4(C) above. Set forth the name of the court that issued the subsequently received order, the associated case number, the date that the subsequent order was received, and the balance due to the relevant judgment creditor under that order: (E) The creditor or creditor's attorney has issued a request that the garnishment order be terminated and the garnishee released from mandates of the garnishment order. (F) Judgment debtor's employment terminated on: (G) Other: Office and P.O. AddressI CERTIFY THAT THE STATEMENTS ABOVE ARE TRUE.ATTY. I.D. JUDGMENT CREDITOR/ATTORNEYEMPLOYERHOLDING (FOR CLERKS USE ONLY) ADDRESSTelephone No.: Facsimile No.: E-Mail Address:NAME AND TITLE OF PERSON COMPLETING FORM$ CASH CITY, STATE, ZIP CODECHECKSIGNATURE OF PERSON COMPLETING FORM PHONE NUMBERPHONE NUMBERMobile Tel. No.:DATE FOR CLERK OF COURT USE ONLYAmerican LegalNet, Inc. www.USCourtForms.comTHIS FORM IS INTENDED FOR USE AS EITHER AN INTERIM OR A FINAL REPORT AS NEEDED</document>

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