UPON FILING A MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE, A TAX SALE OR EXECUTION OF A JUDGMENT YOU WILL NEED TO PROVIDE THE FOLLOWING:

- Writ of Execution - Description of Property to be sold
- Affidavit of Act 91 of 1983 - Notice of Sheriff's Sale for EACH defendant, if service
is requested & direction form
- Affidavit of Last Known Mailing Address
- Notice of Sheriff's Sale - Sheriff Form 14 (Direction Form) for each address, for handbill
- Long Description of the Property
- Sheriff Form 56 (4 COPIES) - Self- Addressed envelope with postage for each direction form provided
- Sheriff Form (ALL CAPS) Brief

 

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WHEN FILING A MONEY JUDGMENT YOU WILL NEED:

Bring everything in the list above as well as:

- Exemption Claim Notice for each defendant and a copy for the Sheriff's Office
- Copy of the Writ of Execution for each defendant with a self-addressed envelope with postage for each defendant


FILING CORRESPONDENCE

When filing any correspondence concerning Sheriff's Sales, you must include the sale number and sale date in the upper right hand corner of the papers or the papers will be returned (IE #21, 7 May 2001)

The direction sheet must have the sale number and the postponement date in the upper right hand corner, as well. (IE #21, 7 May 2001, PP August)

If you wish to make use of the following online Sheriff's Direction Forms, please not to receive a Return of Service notification from the Sheriff's Office. In turn, you must include the following:

- Duplicate Request of Service
- Self-addressed stamped envelope