The Supreme Court of the United States has held the due process requirements of the United States Constitution were not satisfied by a state statute which permitted issuance of a prejudgment writ of garnishment on the basis of conclusory allegations made in an ex parte proceeding without judicial participation and which afforded the alleged debtor's interest in the property no protection other than provisions for posting bond and counterbond.
North Georgia Finishing, Inc. v. Di-Chem, Inc., 419 U.S. 601 (1975).
R. J. Behm,
Constitutional Law - Fourteenth Amendment - Due Process - State Prejudgment Garnishment Statute,
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