Final Report And Answer Of Garnishee {COC-CV-04} | Pdf Fpdf Doc Docx | Ohio

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Final Report And Answer Of Garnishee {COC-CV-04} | Pdf Fpdf Doc Docx | Ohio

Final Report And Answer Of Garnishee {COC-CV-04}

This is a Ohio form that can be used for Civil Division within County (Court Of Common Pleas), Franklin, Clerk Of Courts.

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COC-CV-04 REV.09/29/00 FRANKLIN COUNTY COMMON PLEAS COURT FINAL REPORT AND ANSWER OF GARNISHEE(2716.08 ORC) JUDGMENT CREDITOR AGAINST JUDGMENT DEBTOR The Garnishee 1. 2. CASE NUMBER (THIS NUMBER MUST BE USED ON ALL REFERENCES) ,in the above case states as follows: The date the garnishee received the order of garnishment of the judgment debtor's personal earnings was _______________________________ . The total probable amount due on the judgment, including court cost, judgment interest, and if applicable, prejudgment interest, as stated in section A of the order of garnishment of the debtor's personal earnings, is $ . The total amount that has been withheld from the judgment debtor's personal earnings and paid to the court while the order . of garnishment of the judgment debtor's personal earnings remained in effect is $ (When Applicable) The total probable amount due on the judgment (as stated in 2 above) is not equal to the total amount that has been withheld (as stated in 3 above), and the reason for that difference is that the order of garnishment of the judgment debtor's personal earnings ceased to be in effect for the following statutorily prescribed reason(s) (check whichever apply): A Municipal or County Court appointed a trustee for the judgment debtor and issued an order that stays the order of (A) garnishment of the judgment debtor's personal earnings. A Federal Bankruptcy Court issued an order that stays the order of garnishment of the judgment debtor's personal (B) earnings. A Municipal or County Court or a Court of Common Pleas issued another order of garnishment of personal earnings (C) that relates to the judgment debtor and a different judgment creditor, and Ohio or federal law provides the other order with 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): A Municipal or County Court or a Court of Common Pleas issued another order of garnishment of personal earnings (D) that relates to the judgment debtor and a different judgment 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): 3. 4. (E)_____The judgment creditor or judgment creditor's attorney has issued a request that the order of garnishment be terminated and the garnishee released from the mandates of the order of garnishment. (F)_____ Judgment debtor's employment terminated on (G)_____ Other: I CERTIFY THAT THE STATEMENTS ABOVE ARE TRUE. (Print Name of Employer) (Signature of Person Who Completed this Form) (Print Name and Title of Person Who Completed Form) Dated this Day of , Mail a completed copy of this form to the Franklin County Clerk of Court, First Floor-Civil Division, 345 S. High St., Columbus, Ohio 43215-4579. Deliver one completed copy to the debtor (employee) and retain one copy for your files. American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com

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