10:43 AM, 22nd July 2015, About 6 years ago 15
Recently, we have seen a lot of discussion about using HCEO to recover debts. People started sharing their experiences, give us more inside view on how HCEO works. It may help other people to make better decision in the future.
I would like to bring on another enforcement method: an attachment to earnings. After the court received an application about an attachment to earnings, the judgement debtors were sent a form to fill in – their statement means of course they would state their outgoings are greater than their income, based on information they provided, application was dismissed.
Then you put an objection in, and then the matter will be transferred to home court for hearing.
Can anyone share their experience and advice on this please?
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