Article Tag: judgment

Debt Recovery: Using High Court Enforcement Officers

If you experience that one of your debtors is refusing to pay a sum of money owed to you and you have a County Court Judgment (CCJ) or Costs Order in your favour, this means that the Court has formally decided that the debtor owes you that sum of money which you are entitled to… Read more »

Are pre-nuptial agreements to become officially legally binding?

In a very recent case concerning the breakdown of a marriage, the court has decided that they would enforce the pre-nuptial, or pre-marital agreement between parties, as it had been taken out before the marriage with the aid of legal advice. The judge referred to the details of the agreement in his judgment and to… Read more »