Garnishment vs Garnishor - What's the difference?

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In legal|lang=en terms the difference between garnishment and garnishor

is that garnishment is (legal) a judgment that a third party should pay money owing to a defendant directly to a plaintiff while garnishor is (legal) a person who garnishes; one who obtains a garnishment against another.

As nouns the difference between garnishment and garnishor

is that garnishment is (legal) a judgment that a third party should pay money owing to a defendant directly to a plaintiff while garnishor is (legal) a person who garnishes; one who obtains a garnishment against another.

garnishment

English

Noun

(wikipedia garnishment) (en noun)
  • (legal) A judgment that a third party should pay money owing to a defendant directly to a plaintiff.
  • garnishor

    English

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • (legal) A person who garnishes; one who obtains a garnishment against another.