ancillary garnishment


ancillary garnishment
The usual remedy of garnishment invoked in aid of the collection of plaintiff's demand in an action. In some jurisdictions, garnishment is a principal action, the execution of the garnishment being the method by which the action is commenced. 6 Am J2d Attach § 11.

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