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27 October, 2017 | Duncan Lang
An application is filed in accordance with the District Court Rules and served on the Defendant.
The Defendant has five (5) working days within which to oppose entry of the determination as a Judgment but they are only permitted to do so if the Defendant can establish:
If the Defendant does not take any steps to oppose the entry of the Determination as a Judgment within the permitted time, or the grounds for opposition do not fall into any of the above categories, the District Court must enter the Determination as a Judgment.
Once the Determination is entered as a Judgment, the Plaintiff can then enforce the Judgment in accordance with the District Court Rules by means of either an Order for Financial Assessment, Attachment Order or a Distress Warrant.
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