Rule 69 Depositions

Rule 69 of the Massachusetts Rule of Civil Procedure Rule allows a creditor to take post judgment discovery to aid in the collection of an execution. This allows the creditor to examine the defendant’s bank accounts and financial statements. These records can lead to the discovery of hidden assets which can either be seized or liquidated to be applied to your execution.

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