garnishor
A person who garnishes; one who obtains a garnishment against another.
See Also: garnishee

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  • garnishor — gar·nish·or / gär ni shər, ˌshȯr/ n: a creditor who brings a garnishment proceeding against a garnishee Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. garnishor …   Law dictionary

  • garnishor — Creditor who initiates garnishment for the purpose of reaching property or credits of a debtor held or owed by a third person who is the garnishee …   Black's law dictionary

  • garnishor — Creditor who initiates garnishment for the purpose of reaching property or credits of a debtor held or owed by a third person who is the garnishee …   Black's law dictionary

  • garnishee — 1. noun the person whose money is garnished See Also: garnishor 2. verb the act of attaching the property sought to be secured …   Wiktionary

  • garnishment — A proceeding whereby a plaintiff creditor, i.e., garnishor, seeks to subject to his or her claim the property or money of a third party, i.e., garnishee, owed by such party to defendant debtor, i.e., principal defendant. Van Maanen v. Van Maanen …   Black's law dictionary

  • garnishment — A proceeding whereby a plaintiff creditor, i.e., garnishor, seeks to subject to his or her claim the property or money of a third party, i.e., garnishee, owed by such party to defendant debtor, i.e., principal defendant. Van Maanen v. Van Maanen …   Black's law dictionary

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