Renter promise ss back pay as means to pay
Which judge was right?
This is a very very very bad question. A judge is never wrong or right because he is not allowed to do so. A judge just has opinions.
Both judges will reach the same conclusion with subtle differences but would take different paths to do so. Stands true in your case as well.
PS: A lot would have depended on what grounds you were suing your ex-renter.
Judges just dont give opinions, they give rulings so the above poster does not know what the hell he is talking about.
Child support and SS income is non garnishable. The car would not be worth attaching. So yes, the judge IS correct in his actions.
We have a jurisprudence expert among us it seems. So you mean to say that Locke, Bix and all the other poor sods did not know what the hell they were talking about, right?
You need return to your soaps lady, the daytime or the foamy ones, your choice.