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Form N337: Ask the County Court to make an attachment of earnings order

If you have a court order that has not been paid, you can ask the court to order a debtor's employer to take money directly from the debtor's wages.

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Request for Attachment of Earnings Order

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Cais am orchymyn Atafaelu Enillion / Request for Attachment of Earnings Order

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You can only ask the court to make an attachment of earnings order if the debtor owes you more than £50.

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Published 1 May 2014