SUMMONS Jared W. Moss (10721) PIA ANDERSON MOSS HOYT, LLC 1526 West Ute Boul...

SUMMONS Jared W. Moss (10721) PIA ANDERSON MOSS HOYT, LLC 1526 West Ute Boulevard, Suite 206 Park City, Utah 84098 Telephone: (801) 350-9000 Facsimile: (801) 350-9010 jmoss@pamhlaw.com Attorney for Plaintiff IN THE FOURTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT IN AND FOR WASATCH COUNTY, STATE OF UTAH MOUNTAINLAND ORDER SCHEDULING ASSOCIATION HEARING TO IDENTIFY OF GOVERNMENTS, JUDGMENT DEBTOR'S Plaintiff, PROPERTY v. Case Number 110500531 HALL'S CONFECTION, Judge Christine Johnson LLC, a Utah limited liability company; and JOHN RANDY HALL, an individual; Defendants. The Court, having considered the Ex Parte Motion filed with the Court by Plaintiff and being fully informed hereby finds that: 1. On February 1, 2013, the Amended Default Judgment was entered against the Defendants (Judgment Debtors) in the amount of $35,283.93, plus post-judgment interest at 8.25% and collection costs, including reasonable attorney's fees. 2. The Judgment Debtors have not fully satisfied this judgment. 3. Plaintiff as judgment creditor is unable to use the remedies provided by law for the collection of judgments because Plaintiff does not have enough information about the Judgment Debtors' property. 4. The attached Questions about Judgment Debtor's Property are designed to obtain the information needed to collect the judgment. The Court Orders the Judgment Debtors to Take Notice That: 5. A hearing to identify your property is scheduled at the following location, date and time. LOCATION: Fourth District Court, Provo Department 125 N. 100 W., Room 203 Provo, UT 84601 Date June 28, 2017 Time: 9:00 a.m. Judge Christine Johnson If you have a disability requiring accommodation, contact a judicial services representative at least 3 business days before the hearing. 6. You must attend the hearing and answer under oath questions about your property. You must bring with you all records concerning your employment, bank accounts, vehicles, real property, business entities and any other property in which you have an interest. You may be represented at the hearing by a lawyer. 7. If you fail to attend, you might be held in contempt of court and a warrant might be issued for your arrest. 8. If you serve the judgment creditor with the attached Answers to Questions about Judgment Debtor's Property at least 3 business days before the hearing, and if the creditor is satisfied that you have answered the questions fully and truthfully, the creditor shall cancel the hearing and notify you and the court. Otherwise, you and the creditor must attend the hearing. 9. You must not sell, transfer or dispose of any non-exempt property. (For a list of exempt property, see Utah Code Section 78B-5-501 - 513, Utah Exemptions Act.) HEREBY ENTERED BY THE COURT EFFECTIVE THE DATE WHEN THE COURT STAMP IS AFFIXED TO THE FIRST PAGE OF THIS DOCUMENT 1152746 UPAXLP


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