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Posted - 05 June 2015 :  19:19:59  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
hi everyone, I'm wondering can anyone shed some light on a letter I've received today from the enforcement of judgements office. It's a notice of intention to stay enforcement. It says 'take notice that it appears to the EJO that enforcement of judgement in the above matter ought to be stayed on the ground that having regard to the liabilities of the respondent the property of the respondent ought to be administered for the benefit of all creditors. I've googled this I have no idea what it means! Please help!

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Posted - 05 June 2015 :  19:43:43  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Sorry, are you in NI? I don't know about this, is there a contact number for you to call and ask?

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Posted - 05 June 2015 :  19:52:43  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Yes viki I am in NI. There is a contact number but they are closed until Monday. I can't seem to find out anything online about this at all!!
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