The law is an asset in debt recovery

Walker, Libby
January 2001
Cabinet Maker;01/05/2001, Issue 5219, p8
Trade Publication
Discusses the benefit of using the legal process in collecting debts in Great Britain, especially when account customers refuse to pay. Provisions surrounding the issuance of a County Court Claim; Enforcement of the law; Conditions before sale of the property could be completed; Garnishee order; Attachment of earnings; Oral examination. INSET: Bankruptcy and winding up.


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