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What are the additional questions which may be asked of a debtor on an application pursuant to CPR PD 71, para 4.2?

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Published on LexisPSL on 26.02.2018

The following Dispute Resolution Q&A provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:

  • What are the additional questions which may be asked of a debtor on an application pursuant to CPR PD 71, para 4.2?
  • Enforcing a judgment against a debtor
  • Information hearing

What are the additional questions which may be asked of a debtor on an application pursuant to CPR PD 71, para 4.2?

Enforcing a judgment against a debtor

There are a number of ways that you can execute a judgment against a debtor. The options available are set out in CPR 70 and Q&A: What methods of enforcement strategy, including contempt of court proceedings, may be available where an interim charging order has been obtained against the defendant in respect of unpaid court orders of £40,000? What if the defendant has been made bankrupt?

The different methods of enforcement can be complex and consequently deciding which method to pursue is difficult. Therefore, the more information a creditor knows about the debtor and its assets, the more effectively it can target enforcement. To find out more information a judgment creditor can apply for a court order that the judgment debtor attends court to give information on oath about the existence, nature, extent, location and value of its assets. This is known as an information hearing.

Information hearing

For more information on the information that can be sought under a CPR 71

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