Charging Orders - Refresher Session

Charging Orders - Refresher Session
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  • 52m
  • All Levels
  • Released 2nd Aug 2021
  • Krystene Bousfield
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The process of obtaining a Charging Order can be reasonably straightforward and efficient, provided you are knowledgeable of the process and the various paperwork involved.

For lawyers with clients of any shape, size, variety or specialism, debt recovery and subsequent enforcement action is an important skill. Whilst obtaining a court judgment against a debtor is the first step, securing that debt so that physical cash can then be recovered is essential.

In this session, we will explore the Charging Order process from start to finish, including the documentation required, the likely timescales involved, the applications and court attendances necessary, and the process of registering the Order.

Learning aims:

  • What is a Charging Order?
  • When to apply; the Court to which you need to apply, and the application forms required
  • Applying for and obtaining an Interim Charging Order, and its subsequent effects
  • Applying for and obtaining a Final Charging Order
  • Effecting Service correctly
  • Registering the Charging Order with the Land Registry
  • Recent and relevant Case Law updates


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Krystene Bousfield

Senior Associate Solicitor • Travlaw Legal Services Limited

Originally from County Down, Northern Ireland, Krystene attended Northumbria University where she achieved a 2.1 L.L.B. Law (Exempting) degree, before completing her LPC in 2011 and moving to Leeds in 2013.

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