This is a legal form that was released by the Hawaii District Courts - a government authority operating within Hawaii. As of today, no separate filing guidelines for the form are provided by the issuing department.
Q: What is Form 2DC29?
A: Form 2DC29 is a legal form used in Hawaii for filing an Ex Parte Motion for Issuance of Garnishee Summons After Judgment.
Q: What is the purpose of Form 2DC29?
A: The purpose of Form 2DC29 is to request the court to issue a garnishee summons after a judgment has been made.
Q: What is a garnishee summons?
A: A garnishee summons is a document that orders a third party, known as the garnishee, to withhold a debtor's funds or property and redirect them to the creditor to satisfy a judgment.
Q: What is a garnishee?
A: A garnishee is a third party who holds funds or property belonging to a debtor and is ordered by the court to redirect those funds towards the creditor.
Q: What is an Ex Parte Motion?
A: An Ex Parte Motion is a legal motion filed by one party without the involvement of the other party, typically seeking immediate action from the court.
Q: Why is a non-conclusory declaration required?
A: A non-conclusory declaration is required to provide specific factual information rather than mere conclusions or opinions.
Q: What is an exhibit?
A: An exhibit is a document or item attached to the motion or declaration to provide supporting evidence.
Q: What is the purpose of the garnishee information?
A: The garnishee information provides details about the third party (garnishee) who may have debtor's funds or property and is necessary for the court to issue the garnishee summons.
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