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Writ Of Execution In Civil Case

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

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HAMILTON COUNTY COMMON PLEAS COURT WRIT OF EXECUTION IN CIVIL CASE Judgment Creditor(s) _________________________________ vs. Judgment Debtor(s) Case No. You are hereby notified that this Court has issued a writ of execution in the above case in favor of the judgment creditor in the proceeding, directing that some or all of your property be sold according to law and the proceeds of the sale be delivered to the Clerk of this Court to be used to satisfy all or part of your debt to the judgment creditor. This writ of execution was issued on the basis of the judgment that was obtained in the Hamilton County Municipal/Common Pleas Court. Date of Judgment:_____________________ Judgment Amt:_____________________ Costs:_______________ Interest:______________ Due:_______________ Location of Property:__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Description of Property;________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ THE DEBT COLLECTOR IS ATTEMPTING TO COLLECT A DEBT AND ANY INFORMATION OBTAINED WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. EXEMPTION NOTICE Federal law and state law provide that certain property cannot be taken from you to pay a debt. Ohio Law, specifically Ohio Revised Code 2329.66 Exempted Interests and Rights, exempts from execution your interest in or right to certain property. If any of your property listed above falls into any of the categories below, you may be able to claim it as exempt and keep it. The actual value of any item of your personal property is measured by the price at which it could be sold considering its present age and condition. 1. 2. 3. Your interest, not to exceed $3,775.00 in one motor vehicle. See ORC 2329.66(A)(2) Your interest, not to exceed $475.00 total in cash on hand, money due and payable, money to become due within 90 days, tax refunds, and money on deposit with a bank, savings & loan association, credit union, public utility, landlord or other person. This does not include personal earnings. See ORC 2329.66(A)(3). Your interest, not to exceed $600.00 in any particular item or $12,625.00 total value for all items including household furnishings, household goods, wearing apparel, appliances, books, animals, crops, musical instruments, firearms, and fishing equipment which are primarily for personal, family, or household use by you. See ORC 2329.66(A)(4)(a). Your interest, not to exceed $1,600.00 total value for all items of jewelry so long as they are held primarily for personal, family, or household use by you or any of your dependents. See ORC 2329.66(A)(4)(b). Balance: _________________ 4. 5. Your interest, not to exceed $2,400.00 total value for all implements, professional books, or tools of your profession, trade or business, including agriculture. See ORC 2329.66(A)(5). * For the full list of property exempted from execution, please read all of Ohio Revised Code 2329.66. You can find the Ohio Revised Code online at http://codes.ohio.gov/orc. If you believe that some or all of your property is exempt from execution, you may request a hearing before this court by filling out the enclosed form requesting a hearing, or a substantially similar form, and delivering the request for hearing to the Office of the Clerk of this Court not later than the end of the fifth business day after your receive this notice. In the space provided on the form, you may state your reason for claiming that some of your property is exempt from execution, but you are not required to do so. If you do not state reasons on the form, the Court will permit you t o state your reasons at the hearing. If you do state reasons on the form, you may also state other reasons at the hearing. If you request a hearing by delivering your request for hearing no later than the end of the fifth business day after you receive this notice, the hearing will be conducted no later than twelve days after the Court receives your request, unless you request and earlier hearing due to an emergency, in which case the Court will schedule the hearing as soon as practicable. At the hearing the court will consider the amount of your property that is exempt from execution and the amount that can be used to satisfy all or part of the judgment you owe to the judgment creditor. The Court will not hear or consider any objections to the judgment itself at the hearing. If you do not request a hearing by delivering your request prior to the end of the fifth business day after you receive this notice, you give up your right to a hearing and to assert reasons why some or all of your property should not be used for payment of your debt to the judgment creditor. If you have any questions concerning this matter, you may contact the Office of the Clerk of this Court. If you want legal representation, you should contact your lawyer immediately, if you need the name of a lawyer, contact the local bar association or your legal services office. JUDGMENT CREDITOR / ATTORNEY ADDRESS DATE AFTAB PUREVAL, CLERK OF COURTS BY: ATTY CODE: MAGISTRATE H/Writ of Execution in Civil Case American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com Revised 1/02/2017

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