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§ 18-4-82 - Contents of answer of garnishee

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O.C.G.A.18-4-82 (2010) 18-4-82.Contents of answer of garnishee Withinthe time prescribed by Code Section 18-4-62, the garnishee shall filehis answer describing what money or other property is subject togarnishment under Code Section 18-4-20. If the garnishee owes thedefendant any sum for wages, the answer shall also state specificallywhen the wages were earned by defendant and whether they were earned asdaily, weekly, or monthly wages. If the garnishee has been served withsummons in more than one garnishment case involving the same defendant,the garnishee shall state in each answer that the money or otherproperty is being delivered to the court subject to the claims of allthe cases and shall give the numbers of all such cases in each answer.If the garnishee shall be unable to answer as provided for in this Codesection, his inability shall appear in his answer, together with all thefacts plainly, fully, and distinctly set forth, so as to enable thecourt to give judgment thereon.
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  • O.C.G.A. 18-4-82 (2010)
    18-4-82. Contents of answer of garnishee


    Within the time prescribed by Code Section 18-4-62, the garnishee shall file his answer describing what money or other property is subject to garnishment under Code Section 18-4-20. If the garnishee owes the defendant any sum for wages, the answer shall also state specifically when the wages were earned by defendant and whether they were earned as daily, weekly, or monthly wages. If the garnishee has been served with summons in more than one garnishment case involving the same defendant, the garnishee shall state in each answer that the money or other property is being delivered to the court subject to the claims of all the cases and shall give the numbers of all such cases in each answer. If the garnishee shall be unable to answer as provided for in this Code section, his inability shall appear in his answer, together with all the facts plainly, fully, and distinctly set forth, so as to enable the court to give judgment thereon.

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