Debtor’s Bank Account(s),Abstract of Judgment,Debtor’s Exam,Enforcement of Judgments,Memorandum of Costs,Wage Garnishment,Enforcement of Judgments,Claim of Exemption to Bank Levy,Exemptions from Enforcement of Judgment,Writ of Execution (EJ-130) form,levy a debtor’s bank account, ask the court to issue a Writ of Execution (EJ-130). Adding Costs and Interest- If you wish to add additional costs incurred after entry of judgment, such as the costs associated with enforcing the judgment (e.g., the cost of issuing the writ of execution, levying officers’ fees, fees for the debtor’s examination, etc.) or accrued interest on your judgment amount, you must file a Memorandum of Costs after Judgment (MC-012) with your Writ of Execution (EJ-130). You must serve your Memorandum of Costs after Judgment (MC-012) on the judgment debtor prior to filing. The judgment debtor has 10 days after service of the Memorandum of Costs after Judgment (MC-012) to oppose it by filing a motion to tax costs (Code of Civil Procedure (CCP) § 685.070(c)). File the following items with the court: • Writ of Execution (EJ-130) (original + 2 photocopies) • Memorandum of Costs after Judgment (MC-012), if desired (original + 2 photocopies) • File-endorsed (stamped) copy of the judgment • Filing fee (currently $25, current fees bank levies can only be served by a Sheriff or registered process server. A bank levy is a one-time event, and only attaches the funds in the account at the time the bank is served. Therefore, timing service of your levy can be very important – you will want your papers served on a day when there is a lot of money in the account. For this reason, some judgment creditors prefer to have a registered process server (rather than the Sheriff) serve the bank, so they can specify the exact date for service. You can find registered process server. If you hire a process server, they will be responsible for delivering documents to the bank, judgment debtor, other account holders, and the Sheriff. The Sheriff’s Department will handle all other aspects of the bank levy, including receiving and releasing funds.CJS Incorporated,judgment recovery,sierra judgment recovery,golden gate judgment recovery,judgment recovery services,discovery judgment recovery,financial judgment recovery,terrific judgment recovery,bay area judgment recovery,legal judgment recovery,liberty judgment recovery,interwest judgment recovery,skiptrace judgment recovery,california trace & recovery,national judgment recovery center,absolute judgment recovery,welcome to judgment,alliance eviction and judgment recovery,court judgment recovery,north bay judgment recovery,elite judgment recovery,judgment enforcement & recovery,judgment recovery group llc,strategic judgment recovery. • Original Writ of Execution (EJ-130) • Sheriff’s Instructions for Bank Levy or Letter of Instruction to process server • Cash or check for the Sheriff’s fee (currently $35 (California Government Code (Govt) § 26750). This is the fee for having the Sheriff process the levy; it must be paid even if a registered process server will be serving the documents. As applicable, also include: • Original + 2 photocopies of your Spousal Affidavit • Certified copy+ 2 photocopies of Fictitious Business Name Statement If you hire a process server, the process server will bring the required documents to the appropriate Sheriff’s Department, open a file, and have a Levying Officer’s file number assigned. Based on the information on your Writ, the process server or Sheriff will complete a Notice of Levy (EJ-150) for the
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