If the debtor operates a store, shop, or any other kind of business which maintains a large amount of cash on the premises, a till tap can be used to seize any funds on the premises (e.g., money in the cash register) at a given time. A till tap should occur on a day and at a time when the debtor is likely to have a large amount of cash on the premises (e.g., the last day of a big sale).
Enforcing a judgment against a business
The creditor can instruct the levying officer to place a keeper on the premises of the business for a specific period of time (for example, eight hours) to collect any cash as it comes into the business during that period. This is called placing a sheriff keeper.