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Ex Parte Motion For Order Allowing Examination Of Judgment Debtor

This is a Nevada form that can be used for Small Claims within County, Clark, Justice Court, Las Vegas Township.

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Case No. Dept. No. EX PARTE MOTION FOR ORDER ALLOWING EXAMINATION OF JUDGMENT DEBTOR Plaintiff, in moves this Court for an Order requiring the above-named Defendant to appear before this Court located at and answer questions u oath regarding efendant222s property. This Motion is based upon the Complaint on file and the affidavit of Plaintiff, attached hereto. DATED this day of , 20. SUBMITTED BY: Your Signature Print Your Name Address City State Zip Code Phone Number Motion for EJD Page 1 of 2 )) Plaintiff, ) ) )vs. )) )) )Defendant. ) ) CLARK COUNTY, NEVADA American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com JUSTICE COURT, AFFIDAVIT OF PLAINTIFF IN SUPPORT OF EX PARTE MOTION FOR EXAMINATION OF JUDGMENT DEBTOR , being first duly sworn upon oathor declaration and says as follows: 1.I am the Plaintiff in the above entitled action. I have personal knowledge of the facts containedherein and am competent to testify to these facts. 2. A Judgment was entered against efendant on , 20, in this Court Clark County, Nevada. 3.As of this date has been satisfied.4. Despite diligent efforts to locate assets of efendant, Plaintiff has not been able to ascertain the whereabouts of such assets. Subscribed and sworn before me this Date Deputy Clerk / Notary State of Nevada County of Clark OR: ONE OF THE FOLLOWING: Per NRS 53.045 (a) If executed in this state: 223I declare under penalty of perjury that the foregoing is true and correct.224 Executed on (Date) (Signature) (b) If executed outside this state: 223I declare under penalty of perjury under the law of the State of Nevada that the foregoing is true and correct.224 Executed on (Date) (Signature) Motion for EJD Page 2 of 2 CLARK COUNTY, NEVADA American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com JUSTICE COURT, CLARK COUNTY, NEVADA ) ) Plaintiff, ) ) ) vs. )Case No. ) )Dept. No. ) ) Defendant. ) ) ORDER FOR APPEARANCE OF JUDGMENT DEBTOR Good Cause Appearing, IT IS HEREBY ORDERED, that you appear at on the day of , 20, in Courtroom , with regard to the Judgment entered against you on , to answer questions under Oath concerning your assets. YOU ARE TO BRING with you copies of any and all documents outlined in Exhibit #1, attached hereto. Order for EJD Page 1 of 2 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com JUSTICE COURT, YOUR FAILURE TO APPEAR AT THE TIME SET FORTH COULD RESULT IN AN ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE TO BE ISSUED TO EXPLAIN YOUR FAILURE TO APPEAR AND TO DISCLOSE YOUR ASSETS. DATED this day of , 20. JUSTICE OF THE PEACE SUBMITTED BY: Subscribed and sworn before me this Date Deputy Clerk / Notary State of Nevada County of Clark . OR: ONE OF THE FOLLOWING: Per NRS 53.045 (a) If executed in this state: 223I declare under penalty of perjury that the foregoing is true and correct.224 Executed on (Date)(Signature) (b) If executed outside of this state: 223I declare under penalty of perjury under the law of the State of Nevada that the foregoing is true and correct.224 Executed on (Date)(Signature) Order for EJD Page 2 of 2 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com EXHIBIT 1 To Order for Appearance of Judgment Debtor YOU ARE REQUIRED TO BRING THE FOLLOWING DOCUMENTS WITH YOU TO COURT: Last three months of paycheck stubs. Last three months of bank statements. Mortgage statements. Vehicle titles. Tax returns for the previous year. Profit & loss statements for last three months. Other: @ Civil Law Self - Help Center Rev. 9/16/17 Exhibit 1 to Order for EJD American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com Sample Questions to Ask the Judgment Debtor At your examination of judgment debtor, you will have the opportunity to ask the judgment debtor questions while he/she is under oath. Below are sample questions to ask, but you should consider developing specific questions based on what you already know about the judgment debtor. Arrive at your hearing prepared with your list of questions, and know that the answers and the documents you see that day might produce additional questions. For an individual: 1.What is your home address?2.What is your telephone number? Cell phone?3.Are you married or do you have a registered domestic partnership? If the answer is yes, what is the first name,maiden name, and last name of your spouse or domestic partner?4.Do you own real property, including houses, condominiums, or land?a.What are the addresses of the properties you own?b.Do you live in the properties or what do you do with the properties?c.Do you have renters or tenants?i.How many tenants do you have?ii.How much do the tenants pay?5.Do you have any mortgages or property loans? If so, are those payments up to date?6.Do you live in a leased apartment? A single-family home? A condominium? A mobile home?a.How much do you pay in rent?b.How do you pay your rent?7.Do you have any recreational vehicles or boats?8.What is your occupation?9.Are you employed?a.By whom are you employed?b.What is the address of your employment? Where is the payroll office locatedc.What is your work telephone number?d.What is the name of your supervisore.What is your gross salary? What is your net salary? What payroll deductions are made?10.What is your credit rating?11.What is your social security number? (Note: this question does not legally have to be answered.)12.Do you understand that if the judgment remains unpaid, I have the right to examine you again in 180 days? For a business: 1.What is the name of your business?2.How is your business organized?3.What is the business222s address?4.What is the business222s telephone number?5.How many employees does the business have?6.How does your business pay its employees?7.Where is the payroll office located?8.Does your office have contracts? If yes, how many? If yes, who are the contracts with?9.Where are your corporate headquarters?10.Does your business own any other companies? If yes, how many? If yes, who are those companies?11.Where does your business bank?12.What are your business account numbers? What are those account balances?13.Does your business have any credit cards?14.What kind of equipment or furniture does your business have?15.Are there cash registers at your business? 16. Does your business own any vehicles 17.Do you have outstanding account receivables?18.Does your business own any stocks or interests?19.Does your business have any investments?20.What are your profits?21.What is your business222s gross salary? What is your business222s net salary? @ Civil Law Self - Help Center Rev. 9/16/17 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com

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