Amy F. Posted January 28, 2019 Report Share Posted January 28, 2019 I have a $6,000 judgment in the State of Washington District Court against an ex-tenant for damages done to my rental property in Washington State. Ex-tenant works for DexYP based in Dallas, Texas. There are no existing offices for DexYP in Washington state. She used my rental property for her home office and was compensated by DexYP for doing so. Ex-tenant and I are Washington state residents. All payroll comes out of the Dallas Texas office. I sent the Dallas office a copy of the judgment/garnishment paperwork and they signed for the documents in November 2018. I've received no reply from Dex regarding the judgment. Since then I've done some research and found that Texas only allows garnishments for student loans, child support, and taxes. Does the Texas garnishment rule apply to all garnishments regardless of what state the judgment was awarded?? Or does the rule apply only to Texas state judgments AND Texas state residents?? Is my judgment worthless? Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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