How to Ask the Court to Order a Wage Execution in a Special Civil Part Case
Revised 06/15/2018, CN 10548 page 5 of 9
The numbered steps listed below tell you what forms you will need to fill out and what to do with them.
Each form should be typed or printed clearly on 8 ½ “x 11” white paper only. Forms may not be filed on a
different size or color paper.
Steps to File a Wage Execution in the Special Civil Part
STEP 1: Fill out the Notice of Application for
Wage Execution (Form A)
The Notice of Application for Wage Execution tells
the debtor that you are seeking an order from the
court to deduct wages from the judgment-debtor’s
salary to satisfy the judgment.
STEP 2: Fill out the Certification of Service
(Last Paragraph of Form A)
The Certification of Service tells the court how
you got the papers to the other party or parties and
the date on which you did so.
STEP 3: Fill out the Certification in Support of
Application for Wage Execution (Form B)
The Certification in Support of Application for
Wage Execution tells the court the amount of the
judgment, the amount currently owed, the amount
of interest and the judgment-debtor’s employer’s
name and address.
Check your completed forms
Check your forms and make sure they are complete.
Remove all instruction sheets. Make sure you have
signed the forms where you are asked to sign them.
Checklist: You must have the following items:
Notice of Application for Wage Execution
Certification in Support of Application for
Wage Execution (Form B)
Make enough copies so that you
will have at least one complete set
for yourself and two complete sets
for the judgment-debtor. If you
choose to serve the judgment-
debtor by mail, you must send one
complete set by regular mail and
one complete set by certified mail,
return receipt requested.
STEP 5: Mail or deliver your set of completed
forms to all other parties in the case and then to
You can deliver or mail your original application for
wage execution to the court. However, you must
personally deliver or mail the application to all other
parties in the case by regular mail and certified mail,
return receipt requested. You will receive a green
receipt card that can serve as proof that you mailed
the Notice of Application for Wage Execution to the
judgment-debtor. Your local post office can tell you
how to send certified mail, return receipt requested.
A copy of the Notice, the Certification and the
proper fee must be filed with the court in the
county where the judgment was entered within 45
days after you serve the judgment-debtor.
Requesting oral argument
Oral argument is only required when and if the
judgment-debtor files an objection to your
application. If no objection is received the court will
not require oral argument. However, the judgment-
debtor has a right to file an objection to the wage
execution at any time. Once an objection is filed
with the Special Civil Part Office, a hearing will be
scheduled as soon as possible.
Go to court if a hearing is scheduled
The hearing notice will tell you where and when to
go. Bring all documentation to court if you are
notified that a hearing will be held.
• Make sufficient copies of the forms so that you
will have two copies for the judgment-debtor
(one for regular mail and one for certified mail)
and one copy for yourself.
• Mail or deliver all of the original documents to
the court (Form A & B). Note: Make certain
that you have signed all forms in all places
which require your signature
• Keep at least one copy of the completed
application packet for your own records.
• Bring all documents to court if you are notified
that a court appearance is required