The creditor/lender can file a lawsuit in the appropriate court of the debtor's state. If the creditor wins the suit a judgment will be entered against the debtor. A judgment can be executed against the debtor's nonexempt property/assets including jointly owned marital property and assets, as Texas is a CP state. The state does not allow wage garnishment for creditor judgments but it does allow bank levy, seizure and liquidation of nonexempt property and liens against real property (a forced sale of a primary residence is not allowed). The exemptions that are allowed in bankruptcy are the same ones available to the debtor when defending property against a judgment creditor. In addition, the debtor may be able to use federal non-bankruptcy exemptions to further protect personal and real property from creditor attachment.
Yes, it's legal to own lock picks in the state of Texas.
No, it is not legal to drive a Polaris Razor 1000 anywhere in the state of Texas.
The legal age of majority in the state of Texas is 18 years of age as defined by the Civil Practices and Remedies Code for the state of Texas.
The minimum legal drinking age in the state of Texas is 21.
Yep. The only firearms not legal in Texas are the ones that are banned by federal law. If it's legal in any other state, it's legal in Texas.
A person (male or female) who is legally married to another or is married according to the requirements under common law state statutes. Texas does not recognize same-sex marriages or unions as being legal even if they have been performed in a state that allows the action.
ExtraditionAdded: And having an additional criminal charge of "fugitive" added to the original offense.
As far as I know it is not legal for a felon to have any kind of firearm in the state of Texas.
"The Texas OAG refers to the Office of the Attorney General for the State of Texas. This is the chief legal office for the state of Texas, who has offices located in Austin, Texas."
yes its legal Texas is less strict but in California you have to have a wild life license
what is the legal age for a child in the state of Texas decide which parent they want to live with