Enforcement of civil debt

If a judgment order has been made and the debt remains unpaid, the judgment creditor has the right to enforce payment of the debt. A judgment will only be enforced at the request of the judgment creditor.There are a number of enforcement options available through the Magistrates' Court of Victoria.

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A judgment creditor should use this form to make an affidavit in support of an application to the court (Form 72A) for an order garnishing the judgment debtor’s wage.
Affidavit/Declaration to be sworn by person serving an Application for Instalment Order to verify the service of that application.
Affidavit to be sworn by person serving a Summons to attend for Oral Examination to verify the service of that summons.

Use this form to apply for an order permitting a debt to be repaid by instalments. It must be supported by a Statement of Financial Affairs.

A judgment creditor should use this form to apply to the court for an order compelling an employer to deduct instalments from a debtor's earnings to satisfy a debt.
A judgment creditor should use this form to apply to the court for an order garnishing the judgment debtor’s wage.
Form containing questions which will be put to the judgment debtor on attendance at the Magistrates' Court in response to Summons to Attend for Oral Examination (Form 67A).
Form containing questions which will be put to an officer of the judgment debtor corporation on attendance at the Magistrates' Court in response to Summons to Attend for Oral Examination (Form 67A).
A judgment creditor should use this form to apply to the court for an order to compel the garnishee to pay those monies directly to the judgment creditor, where the where garnishee debt is less than judgment debt, interest and judgment creditor’s costs (if the garnishee debt is more use Form 71A)
A judgment creditor should use this form to apply to the court for an order to compel the garnishee to pay those monies directly to the judgment creditor, where the where garnishee debt is greater than judgment debt, interest and judgment creditor’s costs (if the garnishee debt is less use Form 71A)
This form must be served on the judgment debtor with the Attachment of Earnings Summons and Affidavit in Support. The judgment debtor must complete the form.
Use this form to object to the granting or refusal of an application to repay a debt by instalments.

Corporations should use this form to make a Statement of Financial Affairs in support of an Application for Instalment Order.

Individuals should use this form to make a Statement of Financial Affairs in support of an Application for Instalment Order.

Judgment creditor should use this form to summons judgment debtor to appear before the Magistrates' Court to be examined on his/her financial circumstances.

Use this form to request a warrant for the sheriff to seize property to recover money owing.