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The order should provide that there is an exception to allow you to spend a reasonable sum on legal fees, and a fixed weekly limit on your ordinary living expenses. This is subject to the proviso that you must first tell the claimant’s solicitors where the money is to come from. Practically this means you will first have to comply with the disclosure obligations in the freezing order requiring you to disclose your assets. It is possible to apply to vary the terms of the injunction if the weekly spending limit is insufficient for your needs. This is a very common application made by a defendant who has been served with a freezing injunction. It must be supported by evidence to show what your requirements are. This would include bank statements showing direct debits, bills and invoices. The injunction is not intended to prevent you from living your normal life, but instead to prevent unusual dissipation of your assets.
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