If you have a judgment against you, the creditor may file a citation proceeding against someone or some entity that it believes may have assets belonging to you or which may owe money to you (such as your bank or your employer). If that person or entity files an answer stating that it does have assets belonging to you or money owed to you, the court may enter a judgment on that citation ordering that person or entity to turn over your assets to the judgment creditor to satisfy your judgment.
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