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Oregon Statutes 18.842 - Release of garnishment form

Oregon Statutes > Volume 1 > Title 2 > Chapter 18 > Writs Of Garnishment > Forms > § 18.842 - Release of garnishment form

Current as of: 2009

A release of garnishment must be in substantially the following form:


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