Unfortunately, the bank did nothing to stop this wire transfer, and there were no notes on the closed account that would have informed the teller that a garnishment
had been served on the bank.
Finally, employers should be mindful that the majority of lump-sum payments made to employees are subject to the CCPA's garnishment
We also assume that he does not use a forbearance or deferment to postpone payments and that involuntary payments (such as wage garnishment
and tax refund offsets) do not occur until the end of this period.
Further, considering the proximity of the post-petition garnishment
to the date that notice was issued, the judge found that FAME had not violated the automatic stay, either by the garnishment
itself or by the retention of the funds for 14 months.
When he hears about the former employee's whereabouts later, he said, his suspicions are almost always confirmed: The person found work as an independent contractor to avoid wage garnishment
"I would hate to see them obtain employment, only for the new employer to receive a garnishment
order,'' she said.
The Plaintiffs/Appellees alleged all four of [section] 201(a)'s elements were met: (1) the judgment being enforced was against a terrorist party--FARC; (2) the judgment was based on FARC's acts of terrorism; (3) Mercurio's assets were "blocked assets" within the meaning of the Terrorism Act; and (4) garnishment
against Mercurio would partially satisfy an award of compensatory damages.
Missouri statutes normally protect public employees' retirement funds from any kind of attachment or garnishment
, except in connection with cases involving matters such as fraud or child support.
The daughter of former Alaska governor Sarah Palin hasn't attempted to enforce the court's order by wage garnishment
or other means.
Legal Aid lawyers throughout the nation have hundreds of similar stories to tell about the harsh effects of the garnishment
of government benefits on their low-income clients.
The rest of the loan will be paid off through government garnishment
of 25 percent of the debtor's wages.
Thus, confirmation of a judgment by confession is a waste of time and money, unless the creditor is seeking a wage garnishment
against the judgment debtor.