2014 North Carolina General Statutes
Chapter 95 - Department of Labor and Labor Regulations.
Article 9 - Earnings of Employees in Interstate Commerce.
§ 95-76 - Institution of foreign suit, etc., evidence of intent to violate.
95-76. Institution of foreign suit, etc., evidence of intent to violate.
In any civil or criminal action instituted in any court of competent jurisdiction in this State for any violation of the provisions of G.S. 95-73 and 95-74, proof of the institution or prosecution of any action, suit, or proceeding in violation of the provisions of G.S. 95-73, or the issuance of service therein of any warrant of attachment, notice, or garnishment or other like writ for the garnishment of earnings of the defendant therein, or of the payment by the garnishee therein of any final judgment rendered in any such action, suit, or proceeding shall be deemed prima facie evidence of the intent of the creditor or other holder of the debt sued upon to deprive such debtor of his personal earnings and property exempt from application to the payment of his debts under the laws of this State, in violation of the provisions of this Article. (1909, c. 504, s. 4; C.S., s. 6571.)
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