Enforcement of a Judgment
Enforcement of a Judgment shows practitioners how to bring a case to a successful conclusion by enforcing the judgment.
It explains the whole range of enforcement procedures which are available once a judgment has been made, such as writs of execution, charging orders and insolvency proceedings.
- Gives guidance on the entire enforcement process, from preliminary steps right up to final enforcement
- Looks at the different remedies available and gives guidance on the appropriate one to use
- Includes examples of court orders and forms and explains how to use them correctly
- Explains how to wind up a company, bankrupt an individual and deal with insolvent partnerships
- Covers the major reforms brought in April 2014 via changes to the Tribunals Courts and Enforcement Act 2007, including the new Taking Control of Goods Regulations 2013 (in place of execution against goods), new rules and standards for enforcement agents, the Commercial Rent Arrears Recovery (CRAR) procedure, the elimination of distress for rent and other reforms
- Goes through the Commercial Rent Recovery Procedure
- Assesses the role of High Court Enforcement Officers
- Includes a chapter on the enforcement of foreign judgments
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