Enforcement of CCJ with 3rd Party Debt Order (TPDO)

 

A CCJ confirms that your debtor owes money. Despite this, it is often difficult to get the debtor to pay the sum directly and the debtor makes one or several excuses for this. A frequently-used solution is to obtain a 3rd Party Debt Order (TPDO) whereby the Court authorises us to make a direct approach to the bank account, customers and savings of the debtor. In effect, this lets us raid the debtor’s nest-egg. 

Instruct us to be your agent by just sending us this simple “Submit Enforcement of County Court Judgement with 3rd Party Debt Order (TPDO)  Form”.    
 

 

Advantage of CCJ with 3rd Party Debt Order (TPDO)

The old adage about surprise being the best strategy for attack applies to the use of a 3rd Party Debt Order in that the debtor remains unaware of the 3rd Party Debt Order application until the 3rd party has been served with the Court Order. By the time that the debtor has found this out, their bank account has already been frozen or a hold placed upon the account of a 3rd party who is due to remit funds to the debtor.

Instruct us to be your agent by just sending us this simple “Submit Enforcement of County Court Judgement with 3rd Party Debt Order (TPDO)  Form”.