Form JD-CV-23 "Post Judgment Remedies Interrogatories" - Connecticut

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POST JUDGMENT REMEDIES
STATE OF CONNECTICUT
INTERROGATORIES
SUPERIOR COURT
www.jud.ct.gov
JD-CV-23 Rev. 11-10
Gen. Stat. §§ 52-321a, 52-351b, 52-352b,
52-361a, 52-361b, 52-400a, 52-400c
Form JD-CV-23a must be attached to this form
Geographical
Docket number
Judicial
Housing
Area
At
District
Session
number
Address of court (Number, street, town, and zip code)
Date of judgment
Original amount of judgment
Amount due on the judgment
Name of creditor (Person or business judgment is for)
Address of judgment creditor (Street and town)
Name of judgment debtor (Person or business judgment is against)
Address of judgment debtor (Street and town)
Name and address of person believed to have assets of judgment debtor (If applicable)
Date interrogatories were served (Delivered)
Name and address of person that interrogatories must be returned to
Instructions To:
Judgment Creditor:
Put an "X" in the box next to the questions to be answered on form JD-CV-23a that is attached to this form.
Person who received interrogatories:
Answer the questions indicated by an "X" on form JD-CV-23a that is attached to this form. You must give information that you have about the assets of the
judgment debtor up to an amount clear enough to satisfy the judgment indicated by the "Amount due on the judgment" above. Place your answers in the
space provided on the form. If you need more space to answer the questions, use the space on the back of form JD-CV-23a or attach additional sheets to
this form.
Notice
Do not file the interrogatories, the notice of interrogatories or the objections to the interrogatories with the court.
The person who received these interrogatories must answer and return them within 30 days of the date of their service
(delivery) to the person named above.
If the person who received these interrogatories does not answer and return them within 30 days or does not within 30 days
disclose assets of the judgment debtor that are enough for execution, or if the person who received the interrogatories objects
within 30 days, the judgment creditor may ask the court for additional discovery orders that may be necessary to make sure
that disclosure is made including (1) an order for compliance with the interrogatories or (2) an order authorizing additional
interrogatories. The judgment creditor may ask for and get discovery, including the taking of depositions, from any person
served with interrogatories under the procedures for discovery in civil actions without the court ordering it. The court may
order additional discovery as justice requires. If the person asked for discovery does not disclose the judgment debtor's
assets, that person may be held in contempt of court. Attorney's fees may be allowed for counsel at a contempt hearing
necessary to enforce a court order and for counsel at any discovery hearing required because these interrogatories were not
answered.
Notice Of Rights To Person Served
1. Under Section 52-351b of the General Statutes, you must disclose information about the amount, nature and location of
the judgment debtor's assets up to an amount clearly enough in value for full satisfaction of the judgment with interest and
costs.
2. Under subsection (d) of Section 52-351b of the General Statutes, any party who must disclose information about the
judgment debtor's assets may apply to the court to be protected from annoyance, embarrassment, oppression or undue
burden or expense.
3. Certain personal property of the judgment debtor is exempt from execution (cannot be used to satisfy judgment). The
following list is a description of common types of property that are exempt from execution from a judgment debtor who is
a natural person. (Section 52-352b of the General Statutes).
(a) Apparel, bedding, foodstuffs, household furniture and appliances that are needed by the judgment debtor to live;
(b) Tools, books, instruments, farm animals and livestock feed that are needed by the judgment debtor in the course
of his or her occupation, or profession, farming operation or farming partnership;
(c) Public assistance payments and any wages earned by a public assistance recipient under an incentive earnings
or similar program;
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POST JUDGMENT REMEDIES
STATE OF CONNECTICUT
INTERROGATORIES
SUPERIOR COURT
www.jud.ct.gov
JD-CV-23 Rev. 11-10
Gen. Stat. §§ 52-321a, 52-351b, 52-352b,
52-361a, 52-361b, 52-400a, 52-400c
Form JD-CV-23a must be attached to this form
Geographical
Docket number
Judicial
Housing
Area
At
District
Session
number
Address of court (Number, street, town, and zip code)
Date of judgment
Original amount of judgment
Amount due on the judgment
Name of creditor (Person or business judgment is for)
Address of judgment creditor (Street and town)
Name of judgment debtor (Person or business judgment is against)
Address of judgment debtor (Street and town)
Name and address of person believed to have assets of judgment debtor (If applicable)
Date interrogatories were served (Delivered)
Name and address of person that interrogatories must be returned to
Instructions To:
Judgment Creditor:
Put an "X" in the box next to the questions to be answered on form JD-CV-23a that is attached to this form.
Person who received interrogatories:
Answer the questions indicated by an "X" on form JD-CV-23a that is attached to this form. You must give information that you have about the assets of the
judgment debtor up to an amount clear enough to satisfy the judgment indicated by the "Amount due on the judgment" above. Place your answers in the
space provided on the form. If you need more space to answer the questions, use the space on the back of form JD-CV-23a or attach additional sheets to
this form.
Notice
Do not file the interrogatories, the notice of interrogatories or the objections to the interrogatories with the court.
The person who received these interrogatories must answer and return them within 30 days of the date of their service
(delivery) to the person named above.
If the person who received these interrogatories does not answer and return them within 30 days or does not within 30 days
disclose assets of the judgment debtor that are enough for execution, or if the person who received the interrogatories objects
within 30 days, the judgment creditor may ask the court for additional discovery orders that may be necessary to make sure
that disclosure is made including (1) an order for compliance with the interrogatories or (2) an order authorizing additional
interrogatories. The judgment creditor may ask for and get discovery, including the taking of depositions, from any person
served with interrogatories under the procedures for discovery in civil actions without the court ordering it. The court may
order additional discovery as justice requires. If the person asked for discovery does not disclose the judgment debtor's
assets, that person may be held in contempt of court. Attorney's fees may be allowed for counsel at a contempt hearing
necessary to enforce a court order and for counsel at any discovery hearing required because these interrogatories were not
answered.
Notice Of Rights To Person Served
1. Under Section 52-351b of the General Statutes, you must disclose information about the amount, nature and location of
the judgment debtor's assets up to an amount clearly enough in value for full satisfaction of the judgment with interest and
costs.
2. Under subsection (d) of Section 52-351b of the General Statutes, any party who must disclose information about the
judgment debtor's assets may apply to the court to be protected from annoyance, embarrassment, oppression or undue
burden or expense.
3. Certain personal property of the judgment debtor is exempt from execution (cannot be used to satisfy judgment). The
following list is a description of common types of property that are exempt from execution from a judgment debtor who is
a natural person. (Section 52-352b of the General Statutes).
(a) Apparel, bedding, foodstuffs, household furniture and appliances that are needed by the judgment debtor to live;
(b) Tools, books, instruments, farm animals and livestock feed that are needed by the judgment debtor in the course
of his or her occupation, or profession, farming operation or farming partnership;
(c) Public assistance payments and any wages earned by a public assistance recipient under an incentive earnings
or similar program;
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(d) Health and disability insurance payments;
(e) Health aids that are needed by the judgment debtor to work or to keep healthy;
(f) Worker's compensation, social security, veterans and unemployment benefits;
(g) Court approved payments for child support;
(h) Arms (weapons) and military equipment, uniforms or musical instruments owned by any member of the militia or
armed forces of the United States;
(i) One motor vehicle worth up to $3,500.00. The value of the motor vehicle must be determined as the fair market
value of the motor vehicle minus the amount of all liens and security interests which are on it;
(j) Wedding and engagement rings;
(k) Residential utility deposits for one residence and one residential security deposit;
(l) Any assets or interests of a judgment debtor in, or payments received by the judgment debtor from, a plan or
arrangement described in Section 52-321a of the General Statutes, including, but not limited to, certain trust or
retirement income or certain retirement, education, or medical savings accounts;
(m) Alimony and support, other than child support, but only to the extent that wages are exempt from execution under
Section 52-361a of the General Statutes;
(n) An award under a crime reparations act;
(o) All benefits allowed by any association of persons in this state to support any of its members that are
incapacitated by sickness or infirmity from attending to his or her usual business;
(p) All moneys that are owed to the judgment debtor from any insurance company on any insurance policy on
exempt property, up to the same amount that the property was exempt;
(q) Burial plot for the judgment debtor and his or her immediate family;
(r) Transfers of money that cannot be taken back (revoked) to an account held by a debt adjuster licensed under
Sections 36a-655 to 36a-665 of the General Statutes for the benefit of creditors of the judgment debtor;
(s) Any interest of the judgment debtor in any property worth not more than $1,000.00;
(t) Any interest of the judgment debtor worth not more than $4,000.00 in any accrued dividend or interest under, or
loan value of, any unmatured life insurance contract owned by the judgment debtor under which the insured is
the judgment debtor or is an individual who the judgment debtor is a dependent of; and
(u) The homestead (home) of the judgment debtor worth not more than $75,000.00, or, in the case of a money
judgment arising out of services provided at a hospital worth not more than $125,000.00, the value must be
determined as the fair market value of the real property minus the amount of any statutory or agreed on
(consensual) lien which is on the property.
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