Enforcement: A cautionary tale

Lorna Borthwick highlights the difficulties of enforcing orders against a ‘determined defaulter’ ‘The debtor must be shown to have had the “means to pay” the sum in respect of which they are in default and that they have refused, or neglected, to pay that sum.’ In Constantinides v Constantinides [2013], Holman J was asked to …
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Cases Referenced

  • Constantinides v Constantinides [2013] EWHC 3688 (Fam)