TBA Law Blog

Posted by: Barry Kolar on Mar 13, 2012

The Supreme Court is seeking comments on six plain language versions of forms frequently used in general sessions court. The six proposed forms, prepared and submitted by the Tennessee Access to Justice Commission are:
(1) Protected Income and Assets (Affidavit of Claim Exemptions);
(2) Request to Make Payments (Motion and Affidavit for Installment Payments);
(3) Request Not to Pay Fees for Appeal (Pauper's Oath in Lieu of Appeal Bond);
(4) Request to Postpone Filing Fees and Order (Uniform Civil Affidavit of Indigency);
(5) Request to Protect Income and Assets (Motion to Quash Garnishment/Execution and Claim Exemption Rights); and
(6) Sworn Denial (Sworn Denial on Account).

See the forms and find a comment form on the Administrative Office of the Courts website. The deadline for comment is June 11.