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When the judgment creditor serves an interim charging order and application documents on the judgment debtor as required under CPR 73.7, is it permissible to serve these documents on the judgment debtor’s solicitors or is service on the judgment debtor him/herself required?

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Produced in partnership with Kayleigh Lindford and Philip Roberts of Clarke Willmott
Published on LexisPSL on 04/02/2019

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  • When the judgment creditor serves an interim charging order and application documents on the judgment debtor as required under CPR 73.7, is it permissible to serve these documents on the judgment debtor’s solicitors or is service on the judgment debtor him/herself required?

When the judgment creditor serves an interim charging order and application documents on the judgment debtor as required under CPR 73.7, is it permissible to serve these documents on the judgment debtor’s solicitors or is service on the judgment debtor him/herself required?

In accordance with CPR 73.7, copies of the interim charging order, application notice and any documents filed in support of the charging order must be served upon the judgment debtor within 21 days of the date of the interim charging order.

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