Help regarding 'order of examination' and 'attachment of earnings'

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    Yes, the AofE application was only made on the 31/10/17. I was told on that the N56 form would be sent to the defendant on the same day.

    The 'order to obtain information' was back in August. The reason I went for that first was because I didn't know where the defendant was working at the time. Knowing where the defendant works makes the AofE process much easier, as the court can now actually contact the employer rather than assuming that he's telling the truth when saying he's unemployed. I actually found out his employment details through tracking down his new landlord, and not through the 'order to obtain information' examination where he claimed to be unemployed.

    I'm aware that it will take more than 8-10 days to start hopefully receiving any money back, however what I have learned is that a letter will automatically be generated and sent to his employer after the 8 to 10 days regardless of whether he has returned the N56 or not.

    So if he wants to lie again on the AofE that's up to him, however he can't stop a letter (N338) being sent to his employer. Essentially once the employer confirms that he is in employment, that will also confirm that he has lied to the court on his N56.

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