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Frequently Asked Questions

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A judge has ordered that funds be deposited into the registry of the U.S. District Clerk's Office to satisfy a:
TRO (Temporary Restraining Order), Court Sanction, Interpleader Action, Land Condemnation Order, Criminal Judgment on Appeal, Civil Judgment on Appeal, or other matter. Are there special procedures to follow?

You can either deliver or mail the funds to the U.S. District Clerk's Office. Include the case number and reason for the deposit. Payment must be in the form of cashier's check or money order payable to the Clerk, U.S. District Court.

Personal or corporate checks and cash are not acceptable.

For more specific instructions, please contact the U.S. District Clerk's Office in the city where the case is pending.