garnishee


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Garnishee

A person from whom a portion of his/her full salary or wages is withheld, especially in order to pay a creditor or the tax agency. For example, suppose one's regular paycheck is $1,500. A garnishee may receive a check for only $1,050 because the government is withholding $450 for taxes. Garnishment may also occur for other reasons, such as to pay child support, back taxes, or some debts.

garnishee

A party who owes money or holds property belonging to the judgment debtor.
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20) See: Creditors Relief Act, supra note 18; Garnishee Act, RSNB 1973, c G-2; Arrest and Examinations Act, RSNB 1973, c A-12; PPSA, supra note 16; Assignments and Preferences Act, RSNB 2011, c 115; Absconding Debtors Act, RSNB 2011, c 100; Memorials and Executions Act, RSNB 1973, c M-9; Land Titles Act, RSNB 1973, c L-1.
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Previously, creditors needed to file for a garnishee each month; filing will now be continuous.
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The creditor in a garnishment proceeding essentially steps into the shoes of the depositor, and obtains all of the depositor's rights against the garnishee.
825) Earlier, we saw that a garnishee can choose to be bound by a restraining notice that is not technically valid.
the parties agreed to appoint an expert to investigate and report on organisation design in the gold mining industry; issues dealt with in the Sindisa Project report, mostly relating to enhancing working patterns and arrangements, will continue at company or mine level where appropriate; the companies are committed to working with organised labour to develop joint solutions on issues related to garnishee orders and other aspects of employees personal financial management; and the minimum medical incapacity benefit will increase from R30,000 to R40,000 over the two years.
One of them was useless, but the other, Garnishee, running in Goldsmith's colours, was quite a star.