A unique and invaluable guide that advises on the enforcement of high-value money judgments. It contains a detailed analysis of the legal issues and underlying case law surrounding each method of enforcement, providing essential background materials and commentary.
Covering the major reforms bought about by the Tribunals Courts and Enforcement Act 2007 and associated legislation, it provides a systematic, practical guidance on the process of preparing for and successfully applying for the various methods of High Court enforcement. It looks at:
- General rules about enforcement of judgments - Obtaining information about a judgment debtor's assets - Third party debt orders - Charging orders - Writs of Control - Appointing a receiver by way of equitable execution - Interest on judgments
Readers will be able to identify enforcement options and to understand the detailed legal and practical issues with each enforcement option.
As such this is an essential title for all commercial law practitioners, arbitration and commercial dispute resolution practitioners, and banking law practitioners.
This title is included in Bloomsbury Professional's Banking and Finance online service.
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Table of Contents
CHAPTER 1 General rules about enforcement of judgments CHAPTER 2 Obtaining information about a judgment debtor's assets CHAPTER 3 Third party debt orders CHAPTER 4 Charging orders CHAPTER 5 Writs of control CHAPTER 6 Appointing a receiver by way of equitable execution CHAPTER 7 Interest on judgments