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Staying execution of a writ or warrant of controlThe procedure outlined below concerns the process of enforcing judgment debts and orders under the...
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5th Aug
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Will a Judgment Debtor's application under Form N245 to vary the judgment obtained against them impact on the Judgment Creditor pursuing enforcement...
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1st Aug
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Enforcing judgment debts—does a separate warrant need to be issued for multiple judgments/debtors?Two or more judgments against the same debtorOnce a...
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Under the Taking Control of Goods procedure, can an enforcement agent seize and sell the judgment debtor’s narrow boat on the basis that it is an...
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Produced in partnership with Jane Dunlop of Clarke Willmott LLP 1st Aug
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Will the misspelling of the defendant’s name in a judgment and warrant of control impact their effectiveness?This Q&A considers the rules that apply...
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Do controlled goods agreements create security which a creditor can rely on against an insolvent debtor?On 6 April 2014, Part 3 and Schedule 12 of the...
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Where a bailiff is appointed, can you add the bailiff’s fee to the costs owed for debt recovery on the order for enforcement? Or do you need a new...
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Produced in partnership with Phil Roberts of Clarke Willmott 31st Jul
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Where can I find content on interpleader claims?This Q and A identifies where to find content on interpleader claims in our module now that the...
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Under the taking control of goods procedure what is the role of enforcement agents?For the purposes of this Q&A we have limited our research to cover...
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What, if any, are the fixed recoverable costs for issuing a warrant of control where the judgment debt is less than £5000.00?This answer is limited to...
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What are the requirements for a valid controlled goods agreement? When can you challenge the taking control of goods procedure?This Q&A relates to the...
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How to obtain a writ of control—High Court judgmentsThis Practice Note concerns provisions of the CPR and related legislation (The Tribunals, Courts...
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Taking control of goods—legislative framework under TCEA 2007, Part 3What is the taking control of goods (TCG) procedure?On 6 April 2014, Part 3 and...
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