Where, on an application to the County Court for an attachment of earnings order to secure the payment of a judgment debt1, it appears to the court that the debtor2 also has other debts, the court:
(1) must consider whether the case may be one in which all the debtor's liabilities should be dealt with together and that for that purpose an administration order3 should be made; and
(2) if of opinion that it may be such a case, has power, whether or not it makes the attachment of earnings order applied for, with a view to making an
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