What is a judgment debtor’s examination?
A judgement debtor’s examination is a deposition that takes place after the entry of a judgement. The judgement creditor, under Florida law, is permitted to take the deposition of the judgement debtor.
In that deposition, the judgement creditor’s attorney is allowed to ask the judgement debtor questions about the judgement debtor’s assets. Also, document production can be obtained in connection
with that deposition, so that the debtor can be required and compelled to produce deeds, bank statements, and all other relevant documents that shed light on the debtor’s assets.
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