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This Practice Note provides guidance as to conducting the sale under an order for sale pursuant to a charging order, including the method of sale...
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8th Apr
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This Practice Note sets out the circumstances in which a charging order over property may be obtained under the Charging Orders Act 1979 (COA 1979)...
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8th Apr
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IntroductionA charging order over land must be protected by registration at every stage of the process of obtaining the order so as to secure the...
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8th Apr
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This Practice Note sets out the procedure for discharging a charging order over property, including the removal of any notices or restrictions on...
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24th Feb
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An interim charging order creates an immediate, albeit defeasible, charge over a judgment debtor’s property. The charge takes effect from the date of...
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Produced in partnership with Anna Metcalfe of St Philips Chambers 22nd Jan
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Until the property is vested in the beneficiary, the trustees hold on a bare trust and the beneficiary would have a mere equitable interest.Of course,...
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22nd Jan
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It is assumed that:•the debtor is the sole registered proprietor of the relevant property and is not holding the property as a trustee, and•the...
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22nd Jan
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A charging order is a means of securing a debt against a property, which must be approved by the court.Where a management company obtains a judgment...
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Produced in partnership with Mark O’Grady of Lamb Chambers 22nd Jan
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A charging order is a mechanism which enables a judgment debtor to secure their judgment debt against an asset of the debtor, ordinarily a property....
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Produced in partnership with Chris Bryden of 4 King’s Bench Walk 8th Jan
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A charging order is a way of enforcing a money judgment. The Charging Orders Act 1979 provides that a charging order may be made as a means of...
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Produced in partnership with David Nicholls of Landmark Chambers 8th Jan
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A charging order has the same effect and is enforceable as an equitable charge on land (section 3(4) of the Charging Orders Act 1979 (COA 1979))....
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