Question 3. What is the difference between a lien and a garnishment?

A. A lien forces the debtor to turn over its own property, whereas a garnishment forces a third-party to turn over the debtor’s property it’s holding.

B. A lien forces a third-party to turn over the debtor’s property it’s holding, whereas a garnishment forces the debtor to turn over its own property.

C. A lien forces a third-party to turn over its own property, whereas a garnishment forces a debtor to turn over a third-party’s property it’s holding.

D. A lien forces the debtor to turn over a third-party’s property it’s holding, whereas a garnishment forces a third-party to turn over its own property.

Правильный ответ:

A. A lien forces the debtor to turn over its own property, whereas a garnishment forces a third-party to turn over the debtor’s property it’s holding.

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