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Can a Salary, Investment or Bank Account be attached to satisfy a Judgement? Garnishee Orders and Emolument Attachment Order
Did you know that money can also be attached to satisfy a Court Judgement? Garnishee Orders and Emoluments Attachment Orders are used to attach money.
There is a way to have a judgement removed from your name; it is called a “Rescission of Judgement”. We discuss the strict rules for a Rescission here.
Powers of the Sheriff are discussed here. They do not wear star badges but they do act for the Courts including executing Court Orders.
A winning party can get some legal costs back from the other party. The costs are calculated on a tariff basis.
The goal of litigation is usually to get paid. A warrant of execution helps you collect your money after you get your judgement.
How a person “acts” when they owe someone money is important. What an act of insolvency is exactly will be helpful to Debtors and Creditors.
This article explains how employers can be held responsible for the actions of employees through the legal principle of Vicarious Liability.
Legal Prescription is a legal principle that sets out how long someone has to collect a debt. Here we discuss how prescription effects you.
Landlords and Body Corporates sometimes try cutting electricity to get tenants to pay. Here we discuss the Laws relating to this situation.
A restraint of trade is a common provision in commercial contracts. They are intended to provide protection but they may not be legal.
This article will provide explanations for many of the legal terms and words you will find on this website.
A franchise can be a good way to start a business but being a franchisee can be onerous. This article explains so common franchise clauses.
This article deals with how a Trust can end and what happens to the assets of the Trust when it ends.
If you have finance from a credit provider and you fall behind on your payments, the credit provider must send you a Section 129 Notice.
If you want to know the steps involved in litigation or the legal process this page will help. We have prepared some diagrams you will find useful.