Stay of Execution
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25 February 2009
By Riyaz Jariwalla
judgment debtor who is unable to pay or who alleges that it is
otherwise inexpedient to enforce an order may apply for a stay of
execution. Such an application must be made in accordance with CPR,
and must be supported by a witness statement or affidavit
substantiating the grounds relied on, and usually has to include a full
statement of the debtor’s means.
Often the result of a successful
application will be a stay of execution pending payment of the judgment
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Article Published/Sorted/Amended on Scopulus 2009-03-08 14:59:00 in Legal Articles