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Civil Practice  –  Creditor could garnish accounts to collect on contempt order (access required)

A plaintiff was entitled to collect on a contempt award against a national business franchise by garnishing two bank accounts in the franchise’s name because the current owner of the franchise failed to establish that it had actually loaned money to the franchise and thereby acquired a valid, superior interest in the accounts. Background David Schwartz is ...

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