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A Tomlin order stays the claim on terms which have been agreed. If you do not comply with the terms the Claimant has the right to pursue the claim until hearing. If it is a debt claim, and the debt is in fact owed, the Claimant will receive an order against the respondent i.e. a CCJ against the respondent. The Respondent will need to settle in the debt in the time specified by the Court, usually 14 days. If you cannot afford the judgement debt then you should come to an arrangement with the Claimant to settle the same.
The Claimant can indeed instructed enforcement officers/ bailiffs to recover the debt.
The Claimant can simply go to the Court if payments are missed.
They can enforce the agreement. I suggest you contact the Claimant directly to agree alternative arrangement
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