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    Has anyone used a "Charging Order", or "Third Party Debt Order"?

    Hi, has anyone out there used a charging order or third party debt order, to enforce a judgment? Or any other method?

    For those not already familiar with my case, I have managed to get my non-paying tenant evicted and also obtained a money judgment, which she has failed to pay.

    The amount she owes is £7189 (I mis-calculated in my last thread on this).

    I am interested to hear from anyone who has successfully recovered unpaid rent of over £5k, via an enforcement, and how you did it. Thanks.

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