Creditor Debtor Rights Section
The executive committee has been notified of a further amendment to the proposed revisions to the garnishment statute. Senate bill information is below.
The further amendment is apparently intended to protect state retirement and pensions in the aftermath of Anthis v. Copland.
Please feel free to reply to me or the section with any comments. Thanks. John Knapp
Senate Committee Striker
Senate Committee Striker Bill Report
Please reply to the list or e-mail me at email@example.com if you have any comments.
HB 2362 - Regarding wine producer liens.
John R. Knapp, Jr.Miller Nash LLP Member, Creditor Debtor Rights Section Executive Committee
Updated February 2, 2012
WSBA is looking for the Section's comments on a proposed change to when judgment liens on real property commence. It would change RCW 4.56.200 so that judgments of the superior court for the county in which the real estate of the judgment debtor is situated do not commence from the time of the entry or filing thereof, but rather from the time of the filing by the county clerk upon the execution docket in accordance with RCW 4.64.030. Here are links to the proposed legislation: SB 6566/HB 2511 - Adjusting when a judgment lien on real property commences.SB 6566 was introduced today and executive action was taken today in Senate Judiciary at 10am. Please send comments to John Knapp at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Updated May 10, 2011
Hello Section Members:
View HB 1864
The new exemption figures are contained in the website as well as in the body of the legislation. Bill Hames and our legislative liaison, Kathryn Leathers, were instrumental in getting the law passed, so thanks to them both!
Sincerely, Gloria Z. NaglerChair of Creditor-Debtor Section
Updated April 14, 2011
Receivership Amendments Legislation Approved by Governor Gregoire April 13, 2011: We are pleased to announce that Governor Gregoire signed HB 5058 today — the Receivership amendments. The effective date will be July 22, 2011. This brings to conclusion a two-year process that started with Section leadership by Judge Barreca and the anecdotal input from many Section members as to those aspects of the statute that needed improvement. The Section extends its appreciation to all those who assisted in drafting and providing comments as the proposal moved from the Section, to the Bar and eventually to Olympia. Also, we appreciate the guidance and persistence of the WSBA's lobbyist, Kathryn Leathers, for guiding us and the bill through to conclusion.
John Rizzardi, Chair-elect
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