Enforcement restriction orders were introduced by the Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act 20071 but have not been brought into effect.
Under those provisions, the County Court may make an enforcement restriction order on the application of the debtor2 if the following conditions are met:
(1) the order must be made in respect of an individual who is a debtor under two or more qualifying debts3;
(2) the debtor must not be a debtor under any business debts;
(3) the debtor must not be excluded by virtue of the fact that an enforcement restriction order, a voluntary arrangement or a bankruptcy
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