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Sole Proprietor garnishment in California

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California.I have a judgment against an individual who has a business and is a sole proprietor.He does not own the Real Estate.How do I garnish wages from his business when he is his own employer and I cannot prove how or how much he pays himself? Can he file exemptions and on what basis? Can I lien a business? And which forms should I complete to accomplish these tasks?

[Edited by Aramis63 on 05-30-2001 at 05:37 PM]

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