Dittmar v. Thunderbird Collection Specialists, Inc.
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|September 25, 2008
ORDER - IT IS ORDERED that the Magistrate Judge's 32 Report and Recommendation is ACCEPTED. FURTHER ORDERED GRANTING Ms. Dittmar's 30 Motion for Garnishment Judgment against Garnishee Wells Fargo, N.A., in the amount of $14,503.92. FURTHER ORDERED Awarding Garnishee Wells Fargo $75.00 against the Judgment Debtor Thunderbird Collection's funds as costs for preparing the Answer of the Garnishee. FURTHER ORDERED that the amounts retained by Garnishee Wells Fargo, N.A., pursuant to the writ of garnishment and this Order are to be immediately paid upon receipt of this Order to Floyd W. Bybee, as attorney for the Judgment Creditor. Signed by Judge James A Teilborg on 9/25/08. (SAT)
|September 5, 2008
REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION re 30 MOTION for Garnishment Judgment and Order to Transfer Funds to Judgment Creditor : Recommending that motion be granted as follows: a. That the Judgment Creditor is awarded a Garnishment Judgment in the amount prayed for in the Writ ($14,503.92). b. The Garnishee is awarded the sum of $75.00 against the Judgment Debtors funds as and for the costs of preparing the Answer of the Garnishee. c. That the non-exempt funds withheld by the Garnishee upon service of the Writ of Garnishment, up to a total of $14,503.92 shall be transferred to the attorney for the Judgment Creditor upon receipt of this Order.. Signed by Magistrate Judge Michelle H Burns on 9/4/08. (DMT, )
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