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Hw can pay by cheque, bank transfer or cash.
If its bank transfer you wont know the source of funds, as generally the bank only credits your account. But you will know the bank it came from which is enough for a third party debt order.
Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?
No, the court des not specify a method.
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I am not sure what else I can add or you want me to explain.
The Court, unless it orders otherwise does not specify the method which you are to be paid.
it does not have to be cleared funds, it can be by cheque, bank transfer, cash, bankers draft etc.
But unless the Court says otherwise (ie the court, if you asked may have ordered cash payment or cleared funds), then any method can be use.
The Court will only ever specify the amount and WHEN it is to be paid. If it does not mention when it is to be paid, the Court rules are 14 days from date of order.
Can I clarify anything else for you, if so please do let me know.
But what you can do is get a European Enforcement Order to them freeze money in that bank account.
If there is an application for security for costs then those sums could be frozen but again using the EEO procedure.
You need to get a European Enforcement Order.
Does that clarify?
You apply that if they want the case to continue that you want your costs paid into Court in the event that they lose.
If the case has already been concluded then you do not need to make this application
Yes. Then you can ask for security for costs.
And you can get a European Enforcement Order.
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