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What are damages?The term ‘damages’ refers to any amount of money awarded by a court in order to compensate a claimant who has suffered loss or damage...
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This Practice Note considers the general principles, meaning and rationale behind privilege. It identifies the different types of privilege, including...
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The principal limitation periodsThe following table includes the principal types of action and details the number of years within which such a claim...
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This Practice Note provides guidance on the interpretation and application of the relevant provisions of the CPR. Depending on the court in which your...
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25th Sep
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This Practice Note is designed to assist in spotting opportunities for when a Third Party Debt Order (TPDO) can be used as a means of enforcing a...
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25th Sep
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What is a third party debt order (TPDO)?Third party debt orders were previously known as 'garnishee' orders and operated under the regime provided for...
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26th Sep
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How do banks and building societies become involved in third party debt orders (TPDO)?A judgment creditor may seek to obtain a third party debt order...
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26th Sep
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This Practice Note answers some of the more common questions that can arise when deciding whether to issue a Third Party Debt Order (TPDO). For...
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26th Sep
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Limitation issues when enforcing a judgmentSection 24(1) of the Limitation Act 1980, provides that an action shall not be brought upon any judgment...
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28th Sep
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Civil Procedure RulesThird party debt orders are governed by CPR 72.CPR 72.1(1) states that:‘This Part contains rules which provide for a judgment...
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Produced in partnership with David Sawtell of 39 Essex Chambers 28th Sep
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A third party debt order (TPDO) is a method of enforcement by which a judgment creditor may enforce a debt against money owed to the judgment debtor...
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28th Sep
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What are third party debt orders (TPDO)?A third party debt order (TPDO) is a method of enforcement by which a judgment creditor may enforce a debt...
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28th Sep
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Limitation issues when enforcing a judgmentSection 24(1) of the Limitation Act 1980 provides that an action shall not be brought upon any judgment...
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28th Sep
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Note: this Q&A assumes that the debtor is a member of a personal pension scheme under which they have the right to elect to take up to 25% of their...
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A third party debt order (TPDO) is a method of enforcement by which a judgment creditor may enforce a debt against money due and owing to the judgment...
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28th Sep
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Taking control of a judgment debtor’s goods pursuant to a writ or warrant of control is a standard procedure where the judgment is unsatisfied....
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28th Sep
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Is the third party (the bank) liable to repay any money already paid to the judgment creditor, considering CPR 72.9(3) and Lord Justice May's comments...
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28th Sep
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Recovery of part of the debtA third party debt order can be used to satisfy part of a judgment debt. The judgment creditor can then consider other...
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Produced in partnership with James Tunley of Lamb Chambers 28th Sep
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What is a third party debt order (TPDO)?Third party debt orders (TPDOs) (previously known as garnishee orders) are a means of intercepting a payment...
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28th Sep
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A third party debt order (previously a garnishee order) is a remedy available to a judgment creditor to enforce judgment against a judgment debtor....
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Produced in partnership with Chris Bryden of 4 King’s Bench Walk 28th Sep

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