9:11 AM, 7th February 2020, About 2 years ago 57
I have evicted a tenant 9 months ago after getting a CCJ for possession and money. The Court order states about £20,000 owed.
She has no car, savings or wealth but is earning over £5K a month from freelance consultancy work.
If I take her to court from “Enforcement” is the Judge likely to grant a monthly payment from her as this is not a PAYE job?
It would be nice to hear a solicitors or legal persons view.
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