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Title 12 : Court Procedure

Chapter 121 : TRUSTEE PROCESS

Subchapter 001 : GENERALLY; ACTIONS IN WHICH AVAILABLE; PERSONS AND PROPERTY SUBJECT TO TRUSTEE PROCESS

(Cite as: 12 V.S.A. § 3020)
  • § 3020. Exemptions from trustee process generally

    The following named bodies corporate and persons shall not be liable or chargeable on trustee process:

    (1) A fire insurance company on account of a sum due from such company to the defendant in consequence of loss by fire of property exempt from attachment and execution;

    (2) A life insurance company by reason of having in its hands money not exceeding $500.00 due or payable under a policy of life insurance;

    (3) A person having in his or her hands monies due or belonging to the debtor, as his or her debenture as a member or officer of the General Assembly or as a petit or grand juror attending Superior Court;

    (4) A member of the General Assembly or officer of the State required to attend upon the General Assembly or to report thereto, upon a contract, express or implied, for board and lodging furnished to him or her by the principal debtor while attending the session of the General Assembly;

    (5) [Repealed.]

    (6) A person indebted for the services of a minor or married woman in an action against the parent of such minor or the husband of such married woman;

    (7) A corporation by reason of any money due from it to a person residing outside the State for services rendered outside the State, provided a like sum of money so due would be exempt from attachment by trustee process in the state where such person resides.

    (8) A person or corporation having in his, her, or its possession any goods, effects, or credits of a municipality, in any action or suit against such municipality as principal debtor or defendant. (Amended 1966, No. 8 (Sp. Sess.); 1969, No. 87, eff. April 18, 1969; 1971, No. 185 (Adj. Sess.), § 237, eff. March 29, 1972; 1973, No. 193 (Adj. Sess.), § 3, eff. April 9, 1974.)