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The order is very brief, and clear about the obligations.
If the obligations under the order have not been met, there has been a breach.
There's no suggestion in the order that you should contribute to the costs of him fulfilling his obligations under the order either.
A general enforcement application is made on form D50K and costs £50 to file, see here:
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The order is clear. Of course he would have foreseen costs, you say above he's a barrister!
He is in breach, it's his obligation to complete his part of the order, it's your obligation to complete yours.
He can argue what he likes but you contributing towards this (actually relatively small) cost is not in the order. My view is he won't succeed, but obviously others may take a different view.
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The form is a generic form for enforcement. If you want to make a specific application use a D11 application form, see here: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/form-d11-application-notice
The D11 costs £155 to file.
As to the issues with his employer - I cannot speak to that. There is no automatic issue going to be caused by a successful enforcement application though, as far as I am aware. His employer may have a different view.
Yes. Your order that you are seeking is item 1, then costs of the application as item 2.
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