Legal decisions free household goods

Goss, Mona Lee
December 1993
Translog;Dec93, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p6
Focuses on the law which states that it is unlawful to hold a US Army service-member's household goods and/or privately owned vehicles hostage when one contract partner refuses to pay alleged monies owed to the other. Features of the law; Details of a court decision in Texas releasing four household goods shipments as a result of the law; Background to the enactment of the law.


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