When the claimant obtains the freezing injunction it will be served on your bank(s) and the bank(s) will freeze your... Read more
Yes, unless you have varied the order to permit such a payment to be made. Any payment without the sanction of the... Read more
The definition of assets obviously includes those which are in your name, whether sole name or joint names. This... Read more
This will depend whether you are out of the jurisdiction for a short time or whether you are resident out of the... Read more
If you do not comply with the injunction either by failing to do things you are required to do by a certain time, or... Read more
Yes. It is necessary to comply with the disclosure obligations even if you issue an application to discharge the Order.... Read more
Yes. You will be in breach of the injunction if you do not. You are permitted to take legal advice before complying, and... Read more
The order should provide that there is an exception to allow you to spend a reasonable sum on legal fees, and a fixed... Read more
A freezing injunction (also known as a freezing order) will usually contain a provision expressly allowing you the... Read more
No, the two systems can work together. There is nothing to prohibit a civil claim following a criminal claim, or vice... Read more
No, in the UK there is no legal obligation to report a fraud to the police or to any other body, unless you and/or your... Read more
The primary consideration is do you want to try and get your money back? If the answer is yes, then you need to bring... Read more
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