6:7-3. Wage Executions; Notice, Order, Hearing; Accrual of Interest
- (a) Notice, Order, Hearing. The provisions of R. 4:59-1(e) (wage executions) are applicable to the Special Civil Part, except as otherwise provided by R. 6:7-1(a) and except that the judgment-debtor shall notify the clerk of the Special Civil Part named in the notice of execution and the judgment-creditor in writing within 10 days after service of the notice of any reasons why the order should not be entered and the judgment-creditor may waive in writing the right to appear at the hearing on the objection and rely on the papers.
- (b) Accrual of Interest. The judgment creditor or the judgment creditor's attorney who seeks to recover interest that has accrued subsequent to issuance of the execution must file an affidavit or certification with the clerk of the court setting forth the amount of accrued interest. A copy of the affidavit or certification shall be served personally or by certified mail upon the judgment debtor's employer by the judgment creditor or attorney. A copy of the affidavit or certification shall be sent by ordinary mail by the judgment creditor or attorney to the judgment debtor at the debtor's last known address and to the court officer who served the execution upon the judgment debtor's employer. The affidavit or certification shall state that the interest and the court officer fees thereon have been imposed pursuant to R. 4:42-11 and must be collected in accordance with same by the employer. The court officer shall give to the judgment creditor or judgment creditor's attorney at least 30 days' notice of intention to return the wage execution fully satisfied. The affidavit or certification shall be filed with the clerk prior to the return of the satisfied wage execution by the court officer. An affidavit or certification filed subsequent to the return of the satisfied wage execution shall be returned by the clerk to the judgment creditor or attorney with a notation or notice that the wage execution has been fully satisfied.