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Whats the N56? this is all such new territory to me. Hard life lesson learnt but I would like to recoup some monies.

I can't believe i consider these people friends!

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N56 is the attachment of earnings notice reply form from the debtor...that must be completed and returned to the court within 8 days.


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Possible committal offence


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Hi there, my tuppence worth is that an attachment of earnings would mean you will be dealing with employers and the PO is a bona fide company so they will not mess you around - they will pay you. Whereas in terms of sending a bailiff to the properties, the debtor can easily say all the hi-fi equipment is on hire purchase so it cannot be touched by the bailiff. I think attachment of earning should be the way to go!

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I believe I will try the attachment of earnings first. I realise I won't get my money all at once but I think it offers me the best chance to begin with to recoup some monies.

They may well pay up to avoid their employers finding out, who knows?!

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AOE is probably the surest way to go that's why councils are keen to use them on council tax defaulters.

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How do I obtain an attachment of earnings against both the husband and wife? the N337 form only has space for 1 person and 1 employment.

Do I have to do 2 and split the amount owed 50/50?

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(3) Subject to paragraph (4), where the creditor applies for attachment of earnings orders in respect of two or more debtors jointly liable under a judgment or order, the application may be made to the County Court hearing centre which serves the address at which any of the debtors resides. However, if the judgment or order was given or made at any other hearing centre, the application shall be made there.

 

https://www.justice.gov.uk/courts/procedure-rules/civil/sched_ccr/ccrorder27

 

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You have to do the application through the defendants local county court...they will advise with regards to how many forms/completion etc etc.


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