garnishee

[gahr-ni-shee] Law.
verb (used with object), garnisheed, garnisheeing.
1.
to attach (money or property) by garnishment.
2.
to serve (a person) with a garnishment.
noun
3.
a person served with a garnishment.

Origin:
1620–30; garnish + -ee

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garnishee (ˌɡɑːnɪˈʃiː)
 
n
1.  a person upon whom a garnishment has been served
 
vb , -nishees, -nisheeing, -nisheed
2.  to attach (a debt or other property) by garnishment
3.  to serve (a person) with a garnishment

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Example sentences
The garnishee shall notify the debtor of the amount withheld each pay period and the method used to determine the amount.
Both the garnishee and the debtor must be served with the garnishment summons and complaint.
The garnishee must then file an answer with the court.
To give notice to the debtor and the garnishee of the commencement of the garnishment of earnings process.
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