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Practice Notes on Debt Recovery 3rd ed

ISBN13: 9781859414491
ISBN: 1859414494
Published: April 2001
Publisher: Routledge-Cavendish
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

The third edition of this popular book brings the law relating to debt recovery fully up to date. It incorporates all the changes in debt recovery litigation encompassed by the Civil Procedure Rules 1998 and the further changes brought in by the Access to Justice Act 1999. The book follows the whole of the debt recovery process in a practical and informative way dealing with the important steps that should be undertaken prior to the commencement of legal proceedings (and which if followed may avoid such proceedings); the relevant steps in a debt recovery action are then considered as are all the relevant enforcement methods which are available to the debt recovery litigator. Throughout the emphasis is very much on the practical steps that are necessary to conduct successful debt recovery litigation. This book is essential reading not only for lawyers in private practice but also for all those involved in credit control and debt recovery in business life.

Insolvency Law
Basic Information; Avoiding Bad Debts; Commencement of Proceedings including: Taking Instructions; Interest; The Correct Defendant; The Continuation of an Action including: Judgment in Default; and A Defended Debt Action; Enforcement of a Judgment including: High Court or County Court Enforcement?; Obtaining Priority Over Other Creditors; The Oral Examination; Execution Against Goods including Writ of Delivery and Warrant of Delivery
Particular Practical Problems with an Execution Against Goods; Charging Orders including: Jurisdiction; Practical Problems Concerning Charging Orders; Garnishee Proceedings; Attachment of Earnings; Specialised Methods of Recovery including: Equitable Execution; Sequestration; Judgment Summonses; An Administration Order; Insolvency; Injunctions and their use in Debt Recovery; Debt Recovery for Solicitors; Fees and Costs..