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RULE 2-651. ANCILLARY RELIEF IN AID OF ENFORCEMENT

West's Annotated Code of MarylandMaryland Rules

West's Annotated Code of Maryland
Maryland Rules
Title 2. Civil Procedure--Circuit Court
Chapter 600. Judgment
MD Rules, Rule 2-651
RULE 2-651. ANCILLARY RELIEF IN AID OF ENFORCEMENT
Upon motion and proof of service, a court in which a judgment has been entered or recorded may order such relief regarding property subject to enforcement of the judgment as may be deemed necessary and appropriate to aid enforcement of the judgment pursuant to these rules, including an order (a) to any person enjoining the destruction, alteration, transfer, removal, conveyance, assignment, or other disposition of such property, (b) to any person enjoining the negotiation, transfer, assignment, or other disposition of a document representing an interest in such property, (c) to any person directing the disclosure to the sheriff of the whereabouts of such property, (d) to any person directing that any such property which has been removed from the jurisdiction, concealed, or made inaccessible for the purpose of avoiding levy be delivered to the sheriff or made available for levy, (e) to any person directing the surrender to the sheriff of such property located in the state, and (f) to the sheriff of any county where such property is located directing the sheriff to take physical possession of and sequester such property. The motion shall be served on the person against whom the order is sought in the manner provided by Chapter 100 of this Title for service of process to obtain personal jurisdiction and if that person is not the judgment debtor, a copy of the motion shall be mailed to the judgment debtor's last known address.
Source: This Rule is new.

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[Adopted April 6, 1984, eff. July 1, 1984.]
MD Rules, Rule 2-651, MD R RCP CIR CT Rule 2-651
Current with amendments received through August 1, 2019.
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