My question involves court procedures for the state of: California
I was awarded damages against two defendants in civil court judgment last week. I want to require that a third party pay a defendant's accounts receivable toward satisfying the judgment or else levy the bank account where those checks are deposited. The individual defendant is the owner and administrator of a state-licensed residential facility for developmentally disabled adults; that facility's licensee is her home-based corporation, which is a co-defendant.
A private entity makes the monthly payments to the facility on behalf of the State Dpt. of Social Services. I already reviewed documents which I had previously subpoenaed (duces tecum) from that private entity; those documents consisted of payment amounts and history, along with frontal images of issued checks.
I need to obtain the name of bank where the facility's checks are being deposited, for the purposes of levying that account.
But, I don't know where to have subpoenaed documents sent? Or, can I request that I view the documents at the site of the entity?
Before judgment was handed down last week, that entity had send the subpoenaed material to the court department that heard my case. Now that my case is over, how can I subpoena info related to the identity of the bank and bank account information where the checks have been deposited?
Or, even better, might it be possible to obtain a writ of execution that orders that third-party entity to pay the accounts receivable toward satisfying the judgment, e.g., as in a wage-garnishment scenario?