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Thank you for the question. If this was a writ of control for the costs order then it would expire after 12 months unless the creditor has applied to extend it. However, it will depend what kind of order (i.e if it was a charging order it will not expire) however if it was a general order they only have the standard 6 years to enforce this. If they want to try enforce it after 6 years they would require to apply to the court and with good reason.
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