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Law v. Zemp
Citation:408 P.3d 1045 (Ore. 2018)
In 2012, plaintiff obtained a money judgment against defendant Ronald Zemp. After his initial attempts to collect the judgment were unsuccessful, plaintiff moved the trial court for an order directing Zemp to show cause why an order charging his interest in certain named companies to satisfy the judgment should not be entered. The named companies were four limited partnerships and a limited liability company. In support of the motion, plaintiff submitted copies of public business registry records which identified Zemp as the general partner of each of the LPs and as the manager of the LLC. Plaintiff also submitted a proposed charging order which required the companies to pay all distributions, credits, drawings or payments they otherwise would have paid to Zemp to plaintiff until plaintiff’s judgment against Zemp was satisfied in full.
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