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If you give up your car can they garnish your wages and put a lien on your house you live in Texas?

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2011-09-12 21:53:21
2011-09-12 21:53:21

After the lender gets a judgment they can garnish your wages but they cannot getyour house unless you used it as collateral for the car loan.

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If they have a valid judgment against you in Oklahoma, absolutely. The Constitution requires states to give "full faith and credit" to the judgments of other states. Your creditor could simply go to a Texas court with a copy of the Oklahoma judgment, and get it enforced.

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What may happen is the court will give the "Creditor" the ruling to Garnish Wages. Its a good idea to WRITE a letter to the creditor or Collection agency and see if you can reduce what you owe. You can negotiate a lower payment. Make sure you can afford that payment. What may happen is the court will give the "Creditor" the ruling to Garnish Wages. Its a good idea to WRITE a letter to the creditor or Collection agency and see if you can reduce what you owe. You can negotiate a lower payment. Make sure you can afford that payment.

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If you have a court judgement and the debtor receives a regular wage garnishment is possible. Give the sheriff or local official the information on where the debtor works and they will collect the garnishment and forward it to you.

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No, your wages will be payed as they usually, meaning if you are payed on the 20th of every month you will receive your wages earned up till the point you were fired.

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I am pretty sure you have to be 18 unless your parents give you legal permission.

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The U.S., did not take Spain, it was annexed by the Republic of Texas !

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The Wages section on a general ledger is the account that represents the cost of your payroll, or how much you need to give your employees for the current period.

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If you are talking about the Cape Coral in Texas than you can come to my house and I'll give you a good home-cooked meal and MORE.

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No, in fact you don't even have to deal with them if you don't want to, they are just tactics they use to get your employment info so when and if they try and sue you and if successful they will file a writ with the courts immediately to garnish your wages. Never give them your bank account info, your credit card number or employment info.

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50% of his wages after deductions goes to charity.

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So he can give freedom to Texas from Mexico :)

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i don't give a fkcu ok i love Texas but not Texas histroy

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