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Vol 22 No 4 April/May 2017

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A new edition was published, see:
Enforcing Financial Orders in Family Proceedings isbn 9781845926366

Enforcing Financial Orders in Family Proceedings (Old Jacket)

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ISBN13: 9780406049988
ISBN: 040604998X
New Edition ISBN: 1845926366
Published: December 1999
Publisher: LexisNexis Butterworths
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print

""This comprehensive and practical new book will enable you to accurately and confidently identify the type of enforcement proceedings appropriate to your client's needs. As well as helping practitioners to choose the most appropriate means of enforcement, the book highlights the problem of whether seeking the transfer of proceedings to another court will enable practitioners to take advantage of a means of enforcement not available in the original court.Enforcing Financial Orders in Family Proceedings is divided into four parts.Part I introductory, provides guidance on how to anticipate and avoid enforcement problems at all stages of the proceedings and considers the important issues of limitation, interest, death and bankruptcy from the standpoint of enforcement.Part II addresses the subject from the perspective of the order to be enforced, with a specific chapter dedicated to each type of order and suggests the appropriate means of enforcement in each case.Part III deals in a practical manner with the law and procedure relating to each method of enforcement and the reasons for choosing one method over another.Part IV covers aids to enforcement: injunctions, oral examination and t

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Family Law
""Part I: Introduction.
1. Introduction.
2. Limitation.
3. Interest.
4. Death.
5. Bankruptcy. Part II: Orders to be enforced.
6. Periodical payments.
7. Secured provision.
8. Lump sum.
9. Orders relating to property.
10. Orders for sale.
11. Undertakings and agreements.
12. Child Support Agency.
13. Costs. Part III: Methods of Enforcement.
14. Attachment of earnings.
15. Charging orders.
16. Execution of documents.
17. Garnishee orders.
18. Judgment summons.
19. Means of payment orders.
20. Receivership.
21. Sequestration.
22. Writ of fieri facias and warrant of execution.
23. Writ and warrant of delivery.
24. Writ and warrant of possession.
25. Enforcement in the Magistrates' Court. Part IV: Miscellaneous.
26. Injunctions.
27. Oral examination.
28. Transfer and registration.
29. Armed forces. Appendices. A: Statutes. B: Statutory instruments. C: Forms. D: Precedents. E: Fees and legal aid.""