This is a legal form that was released by the United States District Court - Central District of California - a government authority operating within California. As of today, no separate filing guidelines for the form are provided by the issuing department.
Q: What is CV-88C?
A: CV-88C is the identifier for the specific form used in California for an Order Determining Claim of Exemption (Wage Garnishment - F.R.C.P. Rule 64) proceeding.
Q: What is an Order Determining Claim of Exemption?
A: An Order Determining Claim of Exemption is a legal ruling that allows for the protection of certain wages from being garnished or collected by a creditor.
Q: What is Wage Garnishment?
A: Wage Garnishment is a legal process where a creditor can collect a portion of a debtor's wages to repay a debt.
Q: What is F.R.C.P. Rule 64?
A: F.R.C.P. Rule 64 refers to Rule 64 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, which provides guidelines for obtaining a writ of execution or other remedies.
Q: Who uses the CV-88C form?
A: The CV-88C form is used in California by individuals seeking to have their wages exempted from garnishment.
Q: How do I fill out the CV-88C form?
A: To fill out the CV-88C form, you will need to provide your personal information, details about the garnishment, and make a claim for exemption by explaining why your wages should be protected.
Q: What happens after I file the CV-88C form?
A: After filing the CV-88C form, the court will review your claim and may schedule a hearing to determine if your wages should be exempted from garnishment.
Q: Can I file the CV-88C form if I am not in California?
A: No, the CV-88C form is specific to California and should only be used by individuals residing in the state.
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