Administration Orders

Court Orders

You can ask the court to make an administration order if:

Under the order, you must make weekly, monthly or quarterly payments from your income to the court, which shares them among your creditors, in proportion to the amounts you owe them.

If you don’t keep up the payments, the court may make an attachment of earnings order.

This is sent to your employer, directing them to deduct amounts from your wages and pay them to the court for sharing among your creditors.

Advantages of an Administration Order

Disadvantages of Administration Order

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