Enforcement Remedies: A Practical Guide

Tue, 21 Oct 2014

Adreeja Chatterjee member of No5 Chambers Family Group recently gave a talk titled 'Enforcement Remedies' at the Family Money Talks Seminar 2014. You are able to download a version of the notes below. 

Details of upcoming events can be found on the Seminars and Events page. The Family Group Clerks can be contacted on 0845 210 5555, or at family@no5.com

This article is designed to provide a practitioner’s guide to the principal types of enforcement mechanisms available for financial remedy orders, incorporating a succinct summary of recent authorities. It is not intended to deal with reciprocal maintenance and orders made abroad.
The good news is that Part 33 of the Family Procedure Rules 2010 has made life easier than before – but the bad news is that there is still a certain amount of confusing cross-referencing between the FPR, and the Civil Procedure Rules, which in turn take you back to the largely superseded Rules of the Supreme Court and County Court Rules….

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