Interrogatories To Garnishee Form. This is a Missouri form and can be use in 22nd Circuit (St. Louis City) Local Circuit Courts.
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STATE OF MISSOURI CITY OF ST. LOUIS } ss. Creditor VS Debtor Garnishee } MISSOURI CIRCUIT COURT TWENTY-SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT (ST. LOUIS CITY) CAUSE NO. DIVISION NO. INTERROGATORIES TO GARNISHEE INSTRUCTIONS: You are to answer interrogatories UNDER OATH within ten (10) days after the expiration date and mail the ORIGINAL to: Circuit Clerks Office 10 North Tucker, Civil Courts Building St. Louis, Missouri 63101 and a COPY to the attorney for the judgment creditor (or the judgment creditor individually if there is no attorney) listed below. 1) At the time of service of garnishment, or at any time thereafter until the return date stated in the summons of garnishment, have you had in your possession or under your control any property, money (excluding wages, salary, and commissions). or effects of the judgment debtor? If so, state what property, how much, of what value, and what money or effects. 2) At the time of service of garnishment, or at any time thereafter until the return date stated in the summons of garnishment, did you owe the judgment debtor any money (including wages, salary, and commissions). or do you owe the judgment debtor any now? IF NOT YET DUE, WHEN WILL IT BECOME DUE? If amount owed judgment debtor is for wages, salary, or commission state: a. Amount owed after deductions required by law $ (Deductions required by law are limited to Federal, State, and City Income and Earnings taxes and FICA taxes.) b. Amount withheld pursuant to the garnishment $ 3) Is the Judgment Debtor still within your employ? If not, state the date his/her employment was terminated. 4) At the time of service of the garnishment, or at any time thereafter until the return date stated in the summons of garnishment, will you or have you since become or are you now bound in any contract to pay the judgment debtor money not yet due? If so, state the amount to be paid out and when due and payable. STATE OF MISSOURI CITY OF ST. LOUIS } SS.. The undersigned, being duly sworn, on oath states that he/she has read the foregoing interrogatories and the answers given are true to the best of affiant's knowledge and belief. The foregoing answers to interrogatories where subscribed and sworn to me on: Notary Public My commision expires: Attorney for Judgment Creditor: Signature of Garnishee American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkflow.com