Can a bank garnish your wages for a repo in the state of Florida
becuse was the wages
If you default on a car loan the creditor may obtain a court judgment that will enable it to garnish your wages. The rules are provided at the link below.
A creditor can garnish wages or attach assets if they have obtained a judgment against the debtor.
Yes, Nevada can garnish your wages if creditors take you to court. There is a limit on how much a creditor can garnish in the state.
Question is not clear. Are you asking if the STATE of Florida can garnish your wages or are you asking, can your wages be garnished IN Florida?
No. In the state of Texas a creditor cannot garnish your wages no matter how much is owed.
Yes, with a valid judgment any creditor can garnish wages in the majority of U.S. states.
They can levy bank accounts in most cases, they cannot garnish wages.
In the state of Florida a creditor is only allowed to garnish a certain amount of your wages up to twenty five percent only if you meet a certain threshold or if it is in regards to child support , alimony , unpaid property taxes or unpaid federal student loans.
Yes, a creditor can garnish wages even if a levy was lifted on the account. This would require a judgment and the court documents.
If the creditor is a government agency, then yes. If the creditor has not won a court settlement to garnish your wages, then no.
Yes he can, but only with a court order.
No They can not.....you are in one of the safe states. Texas and North and South Carolina along with Pa are safe states that can not garnish wages.
Private business cannot garnish your wages. The federal government, state and local government agencies can. Basically, garnishment must be by court order. Thus, the creditor can opt to sue for payment.
Yes one creditor can garnish wage from 2 separate jobs. The wage garnishment will last for as long as a debt is owed to the creditor.
yes, but it rarely happens.
Every payday until your bill is paid.
They can garnish your wages regardless of where you live or work. * Not usually, as South Carolina does not allow the garnishment of wages for creditor debt. However, if the creditor sues the debtor and wins a judgment the creditor can sometimes use UCC laws to attempt to override a state statute.
Wages can be garnished in the state of PA. The creditor needs to go to court, and get a judgment against you, and garnishment will begin in approximately one month.
Yes. A creditor can sue for a debt and if they get a judgment they can use the judgment to garnish the debtor's wages.
A creditor can garnish however much the court has given them permission to garnish. The court decides this depending on the kind of debt owed as well as the willingness of the defendant to pay the debt. If it is a debt for owed child support, for example, a huge percentage of the wages can be garnished.
Until the debt is paid or until the judgment expires.