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Attachment of Earnings Charging Order Order to Obtain Information Third Party Debt Order Warrant of Execution

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About Bailiffs and Enforcement Officers Attachment of Earnings Handbook County Court Fees County Court Judgments

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Attachment of earnings

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What should I do?

An attachment of earnings order is a method by which money will be stopped from a defendant's wages to pay a debt and as such will only help if the defendant is in paid employment.

Before you can ask the court to issue an attachment of earnings order:

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