Garnishment and registration of foreign judgments

In Fish v. Stone the W.D. of TN addresses claims that registration of a sister state judgment in a county other than the consumer’s county of residence violates the venue provisions of the FDCPA and that the lack of the required notice “This is an attempt to collect a debt” on garnishment papers violates the FDCPA as well.  The court shoots down both of these arguments.  Victory for the collector.

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