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Under NY CPLR is the amount subject to attachment

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Under NY CPLR is the amount subject to attachment the amount available regardless of income source or the amount of initial deposit? Remember a debtor can keep up to $2500 by direct deposit.
That's correct. Absent the $2,500 retirement deposit exception, there is no exemption on deposits held by a debtor in any bank account.

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