On February 5, 2013, Plaintiff Amegy Bank, N.A., filed a motion and application for an order for the appearance and examination of judgment debtor, Jeff Baker. (Doc. 9.) As Plaintiff's request met the statutory requirements, the Court issued an order on February 13, 2013, for the appearance and examination of Jeff Baker on March 13, 2013. (Doc. 10.) In the February 13, 2013, order, Plaintiff was specifically directed to file a certificate of service establishing that, within 10 days of the date set for appearance and examination, judgment debtor Jeff Baker was personally served with the Court's order February 13, 2013, order. (Doc. 10, p. 3, ¶ 2.) As of March 6, 2013, no certificate of service was filed by Plaintiff. On March 6, 2013, the Court issued a minute order reiterating that Plaintiff was to file a certificate of service no later than March 8, 2013, establishing that Jeff Baker was personally served with the Court's February 13, 2013, order. (Doc. 12.) The minute order also noted that failure to file a certificate of personal service would result in vacating the order for personal appearance and examination. Nonetheless, Plaintiff failed to file a certificate of service.
3. If Plaintiff seeks a further court order for appearance and examination of a judgment debtor, such a request must be refiled and a new examination date must be set with the understanding that further non-compliance, or a failure to explain an inability to comply with the Court's orders, may subject Plaintiff's counsel to monetary sanctions.