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Enforcement of orders in magistrates court

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01 Nov 11 #295589 by dukey
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Just some information for anyone who needs to enforce a county court order in the magistrates court.

If the order is enforced it can be appealed as most orders can, if the magistrates explain the appeals procedure the defendant has 14 days even if acting in person, if the procedure is not explained the defendant has 21 days.

Now the bonkers bit depending where you are in the country some enforcement officers will allow a defendant acting in person more than 21 days, others stick to the rules, whats the point of the rule?.

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04 Jan 17 #487127 by Rockmyster5
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No appeal from ex wife yet she is playing the system with excuses. I end up filing a D11 form at a cost of £150 to enforce an agreement already stamped by the court? What's the point of the agreement?

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