Foreign attachment

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(Law) a process by which the property of a foreign or absent debtor is attached for the satisfaction of a debt due from him to the plaintiff; an attachment of the goods, effects, or credits of a debtor in the hands of a third person; - called in some States trustee, in others factorizing, and in others garnishee process.

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