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What Kind Of Assets Owned By The Judgment Debtor Can Lawfully Be Seized?

In Ohio, personal property of the judgment debtor that isn't considered crucial to normal survival can be seized. Bank accounts held by the judgment debtor can usually be seized as well as a portion of the judgment debtor's wages. Liens or levies can be placed upon any funds that are discovered that will be coming to the judgment debtor in the future.

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