Form

Form N316: Apply for an order for a debtor to attend court

Use this form to apply to the court for an order that a judgment debtor attends court to give information under oath about their financial situation.

Documents

Application for order that debtor attend court for questioning

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Cais am orchymyn i ddyledwr ddod i'r llys ar gyfer holi

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Details

The court will ask the person with the judgment against them (‘judgment debtor’) questions under oath at a hearing, using Form EX140: Give a record of evidence: individual debtor.

The person who is owed the money (‘judgment creditor’) may attend the hearing. The information gained will help the judgment creditor to decide whether to start enforcement proceedings, and what type of proceedings would be appropriate.

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Published 1 June 2016