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Yes, the writ must be addressed to the county Sheriff that will be enforcing the judgment.
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Legal documents are served by our Civil Department.
Contact the Court Clerk’s Office to see if you qualify for a civil protection order by phone at 208-788-5521. The court is located in the Blaine County Judicial Building at:201 First Avenue SSuite 100Hailey, ID 83333Restraining Orders are another issue and require the assistance of an attorney. For more information view Idaho Protection Orders.
All fees are per service and return (two defendants equals two services/returns even if they are at the same address).
If the defendant does not satisfy the judgment you must decide how you will try to collect. If you have a small claims judgment the following document (PDF) provides the necessary information to guide you in executing on the judgment.
Yes. Bring or mail the original and one copy (or two copies) of the Writ of Restitution, issued by the court, a Letter of Instruction and the proper fees to the Blaine County Sheriff Civil Division. Eviction fees vary; contact our Civil Administrator to determine the exact amount of fees in your case.
We make at least three attempts on different days and at different times, unless we receive information prior to the third attempt that the party to be served can no longer be located at the given address.
No. The Civil Division does not provide investigative services to determine the whereabouts of the person to be served. A home, or work, address must be provided.