If you’ve had a civil case in court and another person (called the debtor) has been ordered to pay you money, but they haven’t, the court might be able to help you get the money.
If the court order is over 6 years old, then learn about enforcing an order older than 6 years. Do you know the debtor’s address? If you do not, learn how to find the debtor’s address. If you don’t have the debtor’s address, the court might still be able to help you.
You can ask the court to assess the debtor’s finances. The court will then choose how the debt should be paid. You can learn about:
Also, you can make one or more of the following applications. If you know who pays the debtor (salary, wages, or benefit):
If the debtor has valuable assets:
If someone owes the debtor money:
If the debtor is selling land:
Has the debtor not followed instructions from a financial assessment, even though they had the money to pay?
Has a registrar made a decision about your application that you disagree with? If you have new evidence, consider making a new application. If you don’t have new evidence:
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