Enforcing Judgments: Strategies and Tactics
By Jeff Hardman
Enforcing Judgments: Strategies and Tactics ensures that the reader is armed with a more sophisticated understanding of the technical knowledge pertaining to the law on enforcement. The title also arms the reader with a level of shrewdness necessary to determine the correct strategy in a range of different circumstances and explores the tactics in order to implement this technical knowledge in an efficient and cost effective manner. Enforcing Judgments: Strategies and Tactics is intended not only as a reference book for those with prior knowledge of enforcement procedures and techniques but also as a practical and hands-on manual to be utilised before enforcement is sought. Part One: Introduction looks at the legislative landscape, in particular the Civil Procedure Rules ('CPR') and how to use them and the Tribunal, Courts and Enforcement Act 2007. Part Two: Strategy examines, in detail, the considerations and steps judgment creditors should ruminate on when choosing a course of action over another and the strategy they need to develop. Part Three: Tactics covers the extent to which various enforcement tactics such as charging orders, third party debt orders, etc. can be used to implement the elected strategy.
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