More on NCLC’s property exemption report

Last Thursday, Jon Sheldon posted about the National Consumer Law Center's comprehensive report on property exemption laws around the country. A testament to the value of NCLC's report is Chris Morran's lengthy and useful summary in The Consumerist, which notes that, in Vermont, debt collectors can’t seize your goats or bees, but your car may well be in jeopardy!

Morran posted NCLC's clickable map, which provides each state's basic rules on what household goods are protected from seizure. Here it is:


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