Send in the Enforcer!

A further available enforcement option, when you have a Court or Tribunal judgment but no money, is to direct the bailiff, sheriff (or similarly named person) (“enforcer”) to seize goods to the value of your judgment, plus costs. Throughout Australia, the role of the enforcer is to seize goods, sell those goods and then pay out various monies from the sale of those goods. The enforcer acts on behalf of the judgment creditor. The judgment creditor is the person concerning whom the Court/ Tribunal has ordered be paid money. For the purpose of this blog entry, and although I have acted extensively on each side of the fight, I will assume that you are the judgment creditor. The enforcer seizes a

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