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can Nevada Court make my CA company a garnishee for employee judgement?


qbert
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got a writ of exectuion for a garnishment served to me by certified mail for an employees judgement. says that if i dont respond within 20 days with interrogatories they will issue a default judgement against us (its been over 20 days, meant to ask this earlier)

 

1. does a nevada district court have any authority to make my california company a garnishee? we have no business presence in NV

 

2. is service by certified mail even acceptable? there are no proof of service docs included

 

3. they didnt even get our legal name right, not even close. repercussions of this? makes me think they cant seriously get a judgement against us

 

thoughts?

 

thanks in advance

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