Liability of the employer in the case of malpractise in attachment of earningsIf a debtee has an executory title against his debitor, he has the posibility to start a judical execution on his capital. If the debitor has no other capital the debtee is able to execute his earnings. In this case the employer of the debitor, now the garnishee, gets an interdiction of payment from the court of execution. When he recieves the interdiction of payment, out of the former two-side legal relationship between the debtee and the debitor developes a three-side legal relationship, because of the entry of the employer. In this coherence, some liabilities for the employer, as a garnishee, begin. He has to calculate the attachable part of the earnings, give this part to the debtee and fulfill also some duties to supply information. The employer has to be very careful with fulfilling all his duties, because in the case that he makes some mistakes, it is possible that he is held liable. The liability for malpractice in execution of earnings can be comprehensive. The employer has to replace the costs of the proceedings, pay an allready fulfilled payment again, etc.