Motion to Discharge or Quash Writ of Garnishment
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The usual modes of attacking a garnishment directly are by motion to quash or vacate the writ of garnishment or to quash or discharge the writ. As a general rule, the defendant may file such a motion at any time after a writ of garnishment has been issued. However, the motion should be made at the earliest opportunity. Statutes or rules of some states may provide that a motion to quash a garnishment must be made within a specified period of time.
This form is a generic example that may be referred to when preparing such a form for your particular state. It is for illustrative purposes only. Local laws should be consulted to determine any specific requirements for such a form in a particular jurisdiction.
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