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In answering this Q&A we have limited our research to cover processes for obtaining post-judgment disclosure.
We assume this Q&A is referring to disclosure of documents in the possession of the judgment debtor’s solicitors.
In conducting our research we have focussed on any available post-judgment disclosure processes.
The normal method to obtain disclosure of information after judgment is through an information under CPR 71. The judgment creditor can apply for an order to ascertain the existence, nature, extent and location of a judgment debtor's assets and thereby establish the most appropriate method or methods of enforcement. This part can also be used where a party has the benefit of a judgment or order, other than for money, and requires further information to enforce that judgment or order. The application is normally made against the debtor rather than a third party such as a conveyancing solicitors.
Where documents are held by third parties they can often f
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