Enforcement of Judgment Debts and Costs Orders
So, you have obtained a Judgment or Costs Order against the person or company who owes you money, which now concludes your matter…or does it? If the Judgment debt goes unpaid, what then? This is a circumstance which can effect a range of legal issues. Whilst we hope that all Judgments and/or costs orders will […]
To Demand or Not To Demand: A Reminder to Creditors
A statutory demand is a formal demand for payment of money owed. A statutory demand can be issued against a private individual, a limited company or a Limited Liability Partnership, and is not to be mistaken with a simple letter demanding payment of sums due, as the consequences can be rather costly! This was demonstrated […]
Is a movable shed a building?
What is defined as a building? A simple question, but the answer will change depending on the context in which you ask it. A recent appeal against a planning decision highlights that, at least within planning legislation, the definition of ‘building’ can be very wide. Mr Cooper received an enforcement notice on 14th January 2019 […]
Parental Alienation and the CAFCASS Child Impact Assessment Framework
What is parental alienation? You may have heard of the term ‘parental alienation’, but what does it really mean? Whilst there is no agreed definition, the Children and Family Court Advisory and Support Service (CAFCASS) recognise it to mean: “when a child’s resistance or hostility towards one parent is not justified and is the result […]