(735 ILCS 5/12-808.5)
Certification of judgment balance.
Whenever a wage
deduction order has not been fully satisfied by the end of the first full
calendar quarter following the date of service of the wage deduction
(1) The judgment creditor or his attorney shall
prepare a certification that states the amount of the judgment remaining unsatisfied as of the last calendar day of each full calendar quarter for which the wage deduction order continues in effect.
(2) The certification shall be mailed or delivered to
the employer by the judgment creditor or his or her attorney within 15 days after the end of each calendar quarter for which the wage deduction order continues in effect. The employer shall hand deliver or mail by first class mail a copy of the certification to the judgment debtor at the judgment debtor's last known address.
(3) In the event that the plaintiff fails to provide
the certification required by this Section, the employer must continue to withhold funds from the defendant's wages but may hold the funds without remitting to the plaintiff until such time as it receives a certification required by this Section. A certification of judgment balance need not be filed with the court.
(4) Any party to the wage deduction proceeding may,
upon motion with notice to all other parties, ask the court to review the balance due claimed by the judgment creditor.
(Source: P.A. 95-661, eff. 1-1-08.)