(46) Scholarly authorities have similarly concluded that when supplementary proceedings are "carried to their proper conclusion, they can result in a judgment against third persons who hold property belong[ing] to the debtor." (47) Given the broad mandate to the court to enter any orders necessary to marshal assets to satisfy the outstanding judgment, this view makes sense.
69(a) (providing that state law concerning supplementary proceedings will govern to the extent that it is not preempted by federal law).
to set forth all transactions that may become part of the evidentiary hearing in the supplementary proceedings, in part because additional information may be obtained through future discovery from the Impleader Defendants.").
(47) Charles Kline, Collection Pursuant to Florida's Supplementary Proceedings in Aid of Execution, 25 U.