Using Subpoenas

Rule 69 of the Minnesota Rules of Civil Procedure provides that in the post-judgment collection stage, the judgment creditor may examine any person, including the judgment debtor, in the manner provided in the rules for taking depositions or other discovery. There is no requirement that a writ of execution be “returned unsatisfied” by a sheriff,

The Right Attitude Toward Collection

Collecting a judgment involves: a working knowledge of selected Minnesota Statutes and Rules of Civil Procedure, how and when to use specific post-judgment creditors’ remedies, procedures in sheriff’s offices, how to enlist the assistance of district court judges, the enforcement of subpoenas and orders, asset liquidation as a last resort, and how to acquire helpful

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