A bankruptcy will terminate the garnishment permanently -- if the underlying debt is for a breach of contract
or an ordinary loan default
. If the underlying debt is based upon a fraud, criminal restitution, a student loan, or taxes, then the garnishment may commence again after the bankruptcy is discharged -- but otherwise, the bankruptcy will end the issue forever.
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