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Montana Mont. Code Ann. § 46-17-302(1) Execution of judgment The judgment must be executed by the sheriff, constable, marshal, or police officer of the jurisdiction in which the offender was convicted.
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Montana Mont. Code Ann. § 46-17-303(2) Deposit of fines--collection
(a) The court may contract with a private person or entity for the collection of any final judgment that requires a payment to the court. (b) In the event that a
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private person or entity is retained to collect a judgment, the court may assign the judgment to the private person or entity and the private person or entity may, as an assignee, institute suit or other lawful collection procedure and other postjudgment remedies in its own name. (c) The court, after deducting the charges provided for in 46-18-236, may pay the private person or entity a reasonable fee for collecting the judgment. The fee incurred by the court must be added to the judgment amount.
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Montana Mont. Code Ann. § 46-17-402(2) Fees and fines--collection The municipal court may contract with a private person or entity for the collection of any final judgment that requires a payment to the municipal court.
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Montana Mont. Code Ann. § 3-10-601(4) Collection and disposition of fines, penalties, forfeitures, and fees
(a) The justice's court may contract with a private person or entity for the collection of any final judgment that requires a payment to the justice's court. (b) In the event
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that a private person or entity is retained to collect a judgment, the justice's court may assign the judgment to the private person or entity and the private person or entity may, as an assignee, institute a suit or other lawful collection procedure and other postjudgment remedies in its own name. (c) The justice's court may pay the private person or entity a reasonable fee for collecting the judgment. The fee incurred by the justice's court must be added to the judgment amount.
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Montana Mont. Code Ann. § 46-19-102(3) Execution of judgment
(a) The court may contract with a private person or entity for the collection of any fine portion of a judgment. (b) In the event that a private person or entity
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is retained to collect the fine portion of a judgment, the court may assign the fine portion of the judgment to the private person or entity and the private person or entity may, as an assignee, institute suit or other lawful collection procedures and postjudgment remedies in the private person's or entity's own name. (c) The court, after deducting the charges provided for in 46-18-236, may pay the private person or entity a reasonable fee for collecting the fine portion of a judgment. The fee incurred by the court must be added to the fine portion of the judgment amount.
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Montana Mont. Code Ann. § 17-4-103 Collection of claims by department
The department [of revenue] may examine the collection of money due an agency and institute suits: (i) in its name for official delinquencies in relation to the assessment, collection, and
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payment of the revenue; (ii) against persons who possess public money or property and fail to pay over or deliver the money or property; and (iii) against debtors of the agencies. The courts of the county where the seat of government is located have jurisdiction, without regard to the residence of the defendants, over the collection suits authorized by this section.
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Montana Mont. Code Ann. § 46-18-241 Condition of restitution
The department may contract with a government agency or private entity for the collection of the payments for restitution and the cost of collecting the payments for restitution during the
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period following state supervision or state custody of the offender.
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Montana Mont. Code Ann. § 46-18-241 Condition of restitution
The department may contract with a government agency or private entity for the collection of the payments for restitution and the cost of collecting the payments for restitution during the
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period following state supervision or state custody of the offender.
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North Carolina N.C. Gen. Stat. Ann § 7A-321(b)(2) Collection of offender fines and fees assessed by the court; collection assistance fee

(b) In attempting to collect the fines, fees, costs, and restitution owed by offenders not sentenced to supervised probation or active time, the Administrative Office of the Courts may do

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the following: . . . (2) Enter into contracts with a collection agency, agencies, or municipal or county government agencies to collect unpaid amounts owed. The Administrative Office of the Courts may provide by such contract for the collection assistance fee to be retained by the agency or agencies that collect the amounts owed.