Tuesday, June 6, 2006

Case Law Development: Income Withholding Not Subject to Limitations Period for Actions to Enforce Judgments

The Minnesota Supreme Court holds that, because administrative income withholding proceedings initiated by a county to collect child support arrearages are not judicial proceedings, they also are not "actions" within the meaning of the Minnesota statute providing a 10-year limitation period on actions to enforce a judgment.

Gerber v. Gerber, 2006 Minn. LEXIS 338 (June 1, 2006) Opinion on the web (last visited June 6, 2006 bgf)

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