The Court may make any of the following orders:
(a) an order declaring the total amount owing under an obligation;
(b) an order that the total amount owing must be paid in full or by instalments and when the amount must be paid;
(ba) an order for payment under rule 25B.09;
(c) an order for enforcement (see rule 25B.11);
(d) an order in aid of the enforcement of an obligation;
(e) an order to prevent the dissipation or wasting of property;
(f) an order for costs;
(g) an order staying the enforcement of an obligation (including an enforcement order);
(h) an order requiring the payer to attend an enforcement hearing;
(i) an order requiring a party to give further information or evidence;
(j) an order that a payer must file a financial statement;
(k) an order that a payer must produce documents for inspection by the Court;
(l) an order dismissing an application;
(m) an order varying, suspending or discharging an enforcement order.
Note: For the collection of child support, the Court has general powers set out in section 111B of the Registration Act.