My question involves judgment recovery in the State ofelaware
I rent a room to a woman who has a judgement against her. She is also a 65 year old friend with no other place to live. I was good enough to take her in. Yesterday, while I was not here, a constable came to my home and demanded that my tenant list my property as inventory for a levy. She repeatedly told him she did not own anything. He told her he would not leave without an inventory list of my properrty and that she would be arrested for contempt of court if she did not provide the inventory list. He also told her it didnt matter if it was not hers because all she would have to do is "file a motion". Out of fear and intimidation she allowed him to list "my property (furniture)".
So today- off I go to the court to file a motion to stop the sale of my property for a debt that is not mine.
My question- I can only prove ownership of 1 piece of furniture. The rest was purchased "used" many years ago. Will they sell my furniture?
next question- was the constable out of line?
another question- My tenant has several judgements. Can she, at any time, list my items for sale to settle her debts just because she lives here?
Where are my rights?
I've owned my home for 19 years. She has rented a room for about a year