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Is it possible for a third party debt order to be made against a firm of solicitors where the firm holds money on client account on behalf of their client, in respect of sums received under a loan agreement between the client and a judgment debtor? There is no contractual relationship between the judgment creditor and the client, and the judgment debtor is not a client of the firm of solicitors?

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Published on LexisPSL on 27/01/2017

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  • Is it possible for a third party debt order to be made against a firm of solicitors where the firm holds money on client account on behalf of their client, in respect of sums received under a loan agreement between the client and a judgment debtor? There is no contractual relationship between the judgment creditor and the client, and the judgment debtor is not a client of the firm of solicitors?

Is it possible for a third party debt order to be made against a firm of solicitors where the firm holds money on client account on behalf of their client, in respect of sums received under a loan agreement between the client and a judgment debtor? There is no contractual relationship between the judgment creditor and the client, and the judgment debtor is not a client of the firm of solicitors?

A third party debt order is a method of enforcement by which a judgment creditor may enforce a debt against money due and owing to the judgment debtor by a third party who is within the jurisdiction. This includes money held in the judgment debtor's name in a bank or building society or money owed to a self-employed judgment debtor in the course of his trade. The court

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