Garnishment and Levy of Assets in Minnesota
Under Minnesota law, a judgment debtor’s assets may be recovered by a judgment creditor through a sheriff or an attorney and used to satisfy a judgment. This includes both cash assets, such as bank accounts, and tangible property, such as vehicles or equipment.
Garnishment is essentially an order instructing a party to hold any property it may possess that belongs to the judgment debtor. A garnishment can generally be used at any time after a judgment is entered. It can also be used before a judgment is entered […]