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Where a party has obtained a hardship payment order made under CPR 72.7 on appeal, how can that party enforce the hardship payment order, if the third...
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1st Aug
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A debtor has been paying a judgment debt off in instalments but the payments stopped six years after judgment. Is the court’s permission required to...
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1st Aug
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Can a third party debt order be made against solicitors currently holding funds from the sale of a property part owned by the judgement debtor?A third...
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Produced in partnership with Ryan Turner of Lamb Chambers 1st Aug
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If I successfully defend an application for a third party debt order (TPDO), can I recover costs from the judgment creditor under CPR 44?What are...
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1st Aug
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If a judgment creditor is aware that a judgment debtor is owed money by the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP), is it possible to apply for an...
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1st Aug
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Can a TPDO be made over a solicitor client account held for the debtor and his wife in respect of the sale proceeds of a house?A third party debt...
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1st Aug
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In relation to a judgment debt owed by an individual (who happens to be a partner in a partnership), can you obtain a third party debt order against a...
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31st Jul
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A debtor has been paying a judgment debt off in instalments but the payments stopped six years after judgment. Is the court’s permission required to...
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31st Jul
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How should a certificate of sterling equivalent of a judgment sum be obtained?Since the UK's departure from the EU, it is no longer possible to use...
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31st Jul
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Are settlement payments classed as earnings under attachments of earnings?A judgment creditor can seek to enforce their judgment debt by applying for...
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31st Jul
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Where a final third party debt order has been made under CPR 72, what is the third party’s entitlement to its costs and expenses?In answering this...
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Produced in partnership with Jonathan Edwards of Radcliffe Chambers 31st Jul
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Should an application for an interim third party debt order filed to enforce a judgment in default be withdrawn after the judgment debtor files an...
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Produced in partnership with Chris Bryden of 4 King’s Bench Walk 31st Jul
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Can a third party debt order be made against the judgement debtors account if it is a bank whose head office is in Scotland other parts of the UK...
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Produced in partnership with David Sawtell of 39 Essex Chambers 31st Jul
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Where a third party debt order is obtained, but the relevant frozen bank account does not have sufficient funds to pay the whole debt, can the third...
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Produced in partnership with James Tunley of Lamb Chambers 31st Jul
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Can you obtain a third party debt order against a pension?Note: this Q&A assumes that the debtor is a member of a personal pension scheme under which...
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