Article 52 - ENFORCEMENT OF MONEY JUDGMENTS

5201 - Debt or property subject to enforcement; proper garnishee.

5202 - Judgment creditor's rights in personal property.

5203 - Priorities and liens upon real property.

5204 - Release of lien or levy upon appeal.

5205 - Personal property exempt from application to the satisfaction of money judgments.

5206 - Real property exempt from application to the satisfaction of money judgments.

5207 - Enforcement involving the state.

5208 - Enforcement after death of judgment debtor; leave of court; extension of lien.

5209 - Discharge of garnishee's obligation.

5210 - Power of court to punish for contempt.

5211 - Privilege on examination; immunity.

5221 - Where enforcement proceeding commenced.

5222 - Restraining notice.

5222-A - Service of notices and forms and procedure for claim of exemption.

5223 - Disclosure.

R5224 - Subpoena; procedure.

5225 - Payment or delivery of property of judgment debtor.

5226 - Installment payment order.

5227 - Payment of debts owed to judgment debtor.

5228 - Receivers.

5229 - Enforcement before judgment entered.

5230 - Executions.

5231 - Income execution.

5232 - Levy upon personal property.

5233 - Sale of personal property.

5234 - Distribution of proceeds of personal property; priorities.

5235 - Levy upon real property.

5236 - Sale of real property.

5237 - Failure of title to property sold.

5238 - Directions to the sheriff.

5239 - Proceeding to determine adverse claims.

5240 - Modification or protective order; supervision of enforcement.

5241 - Income execution for support enforcement.

5242 - Income deduction order for support enforcement.

5250 - Arrest of judgment debtor.

5251 - Disobedience of subpoena, restraining notice or order; false swearing; destroying notice of sale.

5252 - Discrimination against employees and prospective employees based upon wage assignment or income execution.

5253 - Cost of living adjustment for personal and real property exempt from application to the satisfaction of money judgments and exemptions in bankruptcy.