My father had a default judgement issued against him and now out if nowhere a property seizure order was issued. My father lives with me and my brother and so I'm wondering what exactly can the court officer search and or attempt to seize, as practically everything in the house is either mine or my brothers? Also including two sheds where we also have stuff. Does the court officer have to ask who's stuff is who's?
Unless it states otherwise, the seizure order can only be enforced against your father's property. You may want to meet with an attorney to learn more about that process and, perhaps, to contact the plaintiff's attorney.
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Can only be forced against your father's property because it is your father's judgment. You have to make clear to the officer that the property is your property
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