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Judgments and How to Enforce Them - Webinar Package

NZ $179.00
Toby Braun
Braun Bond & Lomas
Kevin Glover
Shortland Chambers

Webinar Package includes:

Archive Presentation  l  Booklet  l  PowerPoint Presentation

Webinar Package Fee (incl GST)

  • $149 - NZLS members and Associate members
  • $179 - Non-members

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Webinar Archive Presentation

Presentation time: 90 minutes

Winning the case is only part of the battle. Once the Court has ruled in favour of your client, there are still a number of steps required so that your client can enjoy the fruits of their victory and actually achieve their objectives. Awareness of the enforcement processes and their limitations is an important part of advising clients on whether and how to pursue litigation, but can often be overlooked until it is too late.

This webinar will discuss the key features of different types of judgments. It will outline some of options for enforcing them, including the enforcement provisions in the District Court Rules and the High Court Rules. It will provide practical guidance on the steps that you can take to strengthen your client’s position.

Topics covered will include:

  • Different types of judgments
  • Methods of obtaining and challenging judgments
  • Sealing the judgment
  • Interest under the Interest on Money Claims Act 2016
  • Enforcement of non-monetary orders and contempt
  • Enforcement of orders to pay money, including insolvency processes, charging orders, orders for examination, sale/possession orders and other options.

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Authors: Toby Braun, Kevin Glover
Published: 24 March 2021
Pages: 33


At its highest level of generality, the function of the courts in New Zealand in relation to non-criminal matters is to adjudicate on disputes between parties. The courts receive evidence and legal submissions and do justice to the parties according to the law. The legal process leading up to a determination of rights starts with the plaintiff’s commencement of an action, by way of a statement of claim or an originating application, and concludes with the issuing of a judgment which sets out whether or not the allegations have been made out.

Once a court has given judgment, however, there are still various steps which must be taken in order to formalise and implement that decision, so that the successful party can receive vindication in tangible terms as opposed to a declaration of the relevant rights. This webinar is concerned with those steps.

The aim of this webinar is to give an overview of the relevant rules relating to judgments and related matters, and then turning to enforcement. We take the approach of identifying the key legislation, summarising the relevant rules and providing practical guidance since a more detailed approach is beyond the scope of the current session.

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