2017 Louisiana Laws
TITLE 13 - Courts and Judicial Procedure
RS 13:3922 - Hearing; evidence; prior acts
§3922. Hearing; evidence; prior acts
A judgment may be rendered by the court in which a garnishment proceeding is pending, with or without a hearing, if all competent evidence is presented to determine the amount of the person's earnings or the amount of any other assets, or both, and the court is satisfied of the existence of any judgment, writ of garnishment, or sale, transfer, or assignment of earnings, which remains unsatisfied. If any such act exists, it shall prime in enforcement any subsequent judgment, writ of garnishment, or sale, transfer, or assignment of earnings, and shall be satisfied out of the nonexempt portion of disposable earnings.
Acts 1988, No. 971, §1.