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Synonyms for garnishee

a wage earner who is served with a garnishment

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take a debtor's wages on legal orders, such as for child support

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06(2) requires the garnishee to report in its answer and retain all funds maintained in its trust account created for the judgment debtor.
applied to garnishees, requires some interpretation.
119) Walker also moved for a temporary restraining order to prevent the garnishee from making any payments to either ROC or ROC's national oil company.
Shortly thereafter, Winter Storm sought the attachment of TPI's assets held by potential garnishees in the Southern District of New York for the amount of its arbitration claim and had process served on two New York banks.
Alternatively, AME argued that any stop payment duty applied only to banks and thus was not applicable to AME as a nonbank garnishee.
This approach would extend to payments made from the Worker's Compensation Board, Alberta Health Care, and payments under the Insurance Act which place restrictions on garnishees.
401) Garnishees therefore take a risk that their clients are sophisticated when they disregard the restraining notice.
The workshop targets employees from the 15 provincial departments the first of several, is a response to the high number of indebted government employees, as well as high incidents of fraudulent garnishees.
In topological terms, garnishees and debtors occupy disjoint normal Hausdorff spaces.
New section 5222-a piles extra burdens on the shoulders of creditors who would restrain bank garnishees.
Some years before, the investors established an additional LLC--not one of the twenty-three garnishees just mentioned--to acquire a hotel in Chicago.
Although unprecedented, the Court had previously permitted such action under CPLR 5225(a) when New York had personal jurisdiction over the judgment debtor, and here, by simple extension holds that "the principle that a New York court may issue a judgment ordering the turnover of out-of-state assets is not limited to judgment debtors, but applies equally to garnishees.