What is an appropriation order?

What is an appropriation order?

Appropriation is when money is set aside money for a specific and particular purpose or purposes. A company or a government appropriates funds in order to delegate cash for the necessities of its business operations. Appropriations for the U.S. federal government are decided by Congress through various committees.

Can a judgment debtor ask for a means inquiry?

The judgment creditor (and the judgment debtor) can ask the court for a means inquiry hearing. Usually, the judgment debtor comes to court and answers your questions about their income, expenses, assets and debts. Orders for payment can be made if the court decides that the judgment debtor has the ability to pay the judgment.

When to contact Magistrates Court for means inquiry?

The Court will fix a date, time and place for the means inquiry hearing and will notify you of this. If you receive a notice to attend a hearing and you are aware of a risk to yourself or others in relation to the matter, you should contact the Court at which you are required to attend. Fact Sheet 24 – Means Inquiry 3 June 2010 Page 2 of 6

Who is in charge of a magisterial inquiry?

The magistrate heads the inquiry with police assistance, but it is the magistrate who has the lead role and the police should follow his orders. The police inspector or superintendent, who usually lead the investigation from the police side, have a very important role in the magisterial inquiry but they work under the guidance of the magistrate.

What can Magistrates Court do if you miss a payment?

It also describes what the magistrates’ court can do to recover the debt you owe on the fine if you do not deal with it, or miss agreed payments. Use this fact sheet to: find out what the magistrates’ court can do to recover the money owed on this type of debt; help you to negotiate with the court if you cannot afford to pay the fine straight away;

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