Not much if the issue pertains to a married couple, as Florida is a TBE state. Even debtor's who are unmarried have several options for protecting property both real and personal. The largest flaw in Florida's property exemption statutes would be that pertaining to vehicles. The same exemptions that are used for bankruptcy are also applicable concerning creditor lawsuit judgments. For a listing of exempted property allowed under the new BK laws, visit Bankruptcy Action http://www.bankruptcyaction.com
The judgment can be executed as a bank account levy or wage garnisment or liens against real property solely owned by the judgment debtor or to seize and liquidate any unexempt property that is owned by the judgment debtor.
Joint property is also considered to be community property. Florida is not one of the nine joint property states in the United States.?æ
There is no such thing as unexempt assets. They are called non-exempt assets, and they are assets that must be given up.
Private property belonging to the mobile home park owner.
No. Florida is a separate property state.
Only if there was property damage...otherwise it is not a 1st degree misdemeanor.
No. A horse would be considered personal property/No. A horse would be considered personal property/No. A horse would be considered personal property/No. A horse would be considered personal property/
Texas only allows wage garnishment if there is no other manner in which the judgment creditor can execute the judgment (bank levy, seizure and sale of unexempt property, lien against real property owned by the judgment debtor).
yes it is considered property
Resident property owner do pay property taxes to the state of Florida each year.
If you own and occupy property it is considered your domicile.If you own and occupy property it is considered your domicile.If you own and occupy property it is considered your domicile.If you own and occupy property it is considered your domicile.
In the state the judgment creditor can execute the judgment as a wage garnishment or, bank account levy, or seizure and sale of unexempt property belonging to the debtor or a lien against real property belonging to the debtor. Missouri is a Tenancy By The Entirety state when it relates to married couples, this means that if only one spouse is the judgment debtor, property that is considered joint or titled jointly cannot be attached by the judgment creditor.