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The boyfriend would have to file a lawsuit and be awarded a judgment before he could take seize or attach property belonging to the accused person/defendant. Judgments can be used to place liens against real property (houses, vehicles, land, businesses, etc.) owned by the losing defendant. Judgments can also be used to garnish wages or levy bank accounts or seize any non exempt property belonging to the defendant.

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