If a debtor owns nonexempt property that the creditor cannot obtain by any of the other methods mentioned above, they can request assistance from the court through a turnover proceeding. As governed by Texas Civil Practice and Remedies Code §31.002, in turnover proceedings the Court may:
order the debtor to deliver the property to the sheriff or constable to sell at auction to satisfy the judgment.
apply the property to satisfy the judgment.
appoint a receiver to take possession of the property to sell in order to satisfy the judgment.
If the debtor refuses to comply with the turnover order, the creditor may request the court to enforce the order through contempt proceedings.