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- The court has ordered the other side to pay my client's costs, yet the order doesn't mention the costs having to be assessed. Is my client therefore entitled to recover even unreasonably incurred and disproportionate costs?
- A notice of enforcement was delivered to the home of a director of the debtor company. Will this be effective under the Taking Control of Goods Regulations 2013?
- Prior to the hearing of the application, can default judgment be obtained against a defendant who has not filed a defence but who has filed an acknowledgment of service and has made an application disputing jurisdiction?
- Can a third party debt order be made against solicitors currently holding funds which have been loaned to their client by a judgment debtor?
- Can I make a single charging order application to secure multiple debts, where the debtor's liability is sole for two debts, and joint for one?
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