DEVELOPMENT BANK OF AMERICAN SAMOA, Plaintiff
MAU MAU, JR., and TUILUAAI MAU, dba MASEFAU MART,
AMERICAN SAMOA GOVERNMENT, Garnishee
High Court of American Samoa
CA No. 46-92
October 19, 1993
 An application for an order directing the Government of American Samoa to show cause why it should not be held liable for a judgment remains unsupported if it is not accompanied by evidence that tile Governor has given prior approval to tile garnishment of the Government pursuant to A.S.C.A. §§ 43.1803(b).
KRUSE, Chief Justice.
Counsel: For Plaintiff, Marshall Ashley
For Defendant, Tautai Aviata F. Fa'alevao
 Plaintiff judgment creditor seeks to hold the American Samoa Government (ASG) liable as garnishee for the full amount of its judgment, entered against the defendants, citing ASG's failure to respond to interrogatories propounded pursuant to A.S.C.A. §§ 43.1801 et seq. Plaintiff moves the Court to issue an order directed to ASG to show cause why it should not be held liable for the full amount of plaintiff's judgment, in the amount of $54,177.50. The application, however, is unsupported; it fails to show that the Governor has given his "prior approval" to the garnishment of ASG, in accordance with the mal1datory requirements of § 43.1803(b). The motion is, therefore, DENIED.
It is so ordered.