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25 February 2009

By Riyaz Jariwalla

A 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, Part 23, 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 by instalments.

Riyaz Jariwalla is a solicitor who specialises in intellectual property law and commercial litigation.


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Lawdit Solicitors offer services and advice for litigation, commercial contracts, Intellectual Property and IT legal agreements. We are experts in commercial law with a heavy emphasis on Intellectual Property, Internet and e-commerce law. Lawdit is a member of the International Trademark Association, the Solicitors' Association of Higher Court Advocates and we are the appointed Solicitors to the largest webdesign association in the world, the United Kingdom Website Designers Association.



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