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You may be looking at enforcement proceedings.
There is an option to apply to the court in a general enforcement application, rather than specifying what type of order you are seeking.
This is what a recent government report says about this type of order:
"The general enforcement application is a procedure that allows a creditor to apply for “an order for such method of enforcement as the court may consider appropriate” rather than having to apply for any specific method of enforcement. The procedure is particularly useful for litigants in person who may not know where to start in enforcing their unpaid order.
A general enforcement application triggers a process requiring the debtor to attend court, produce documents and answer questions about his or her finances with the objective of enabling the court to decide which enforcement method is most appropriate. The court is then able to choose from a “menu” of certain enforcement methods."
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