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FEDERAL CIRCUIT COURT RULES 2001 - RULE 25B.11

Enforcing an obligation to pay money

                   An obligation to pay money may be enforced by one or more of the following enforcement orders:

                     (a)  an order for seizure and sale of real or personal property, including under an Enforcement Warrant (see Subdivision 25B.2.3);

                     (b)  an order for the attachment of earnings and debts, including under a Third Party Debt Notice (see Subdivision 25B.2.4);

                     (c)  an order for sequestration of property (see Subdivision 25B.2.5);

                     (d)  an order appointing a receiver (or a receiver and manager) (see Subdivision 25B.2.6).

Note:          The Court may imprison a person for failure to comply with an order (see section 112AD of the Family Law Act). Division 25B.1 sets out the relevant procedure.



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