Writ of Execution is a court form filed by a judgment creditor requesting a court to allow a sheriff or similar party to take possession of a judgment debtor’s property. After a judgment creditor receives a court-filed writ of execution, the judgment creditor must pay the sheriff or similar party to seize a judgment debtor’s property, and depending on the property classification, a judgment debtor must file additional paperwork. For example, to take monies from a bank account, a judgment creditor must obtain a bank levy. If a judgment creditor wants to garnish a judgment debtor’s wages, a wage garnishment must be obtained.
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