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UNIFORM CIVIL PROCEDURE RULES 1999 - REG 793
Definitions for ch 19
793 Definitions for ch 19
In this chapter—
"account" , for a financial institution, includes a withdrawable share
"earnings" , of an enforcement debtor, means any of the following that are
owing or accruing to the enforcement debtor—
(a) wages, salary, fees,
bonuses, commission, overtime pay or other compensation for services or profit
arising from office or employment;
(b) pension, benefit or similar payment;
(d) an amount payable instead of leave;
(e) retirement benefit.
"employer" , of an enforcement debtor, means a person (including the State)
who, as principal, rather than as a servant or agent, pays, or is likely to
pay, earnings to the enforcement debtor.
"end of trial enforcement hearing" , for part 2 , see rule 805 .
"enforceable money order" , of a court, means—
(a) a money order of the
(b) a money order of another court or tribunal filed or registered
under an Act in the court for enforcement.
"enforcement creditor" means—
(a) a person entitled to enforce an order for
the payment of money; or
(b) a person to whom the benefit of part of the
order has passed by way of assignment or in another way.
"enforcement debtor" means a person required to pay money under an order.
"enforcement warrant" means a warrant issued under this chapter to enforce a
"enforcement warrant for regular redirection" , for part 5 , division 2 ,
see rule 848 .
"fourth person" , for part 5 , division 2 , see rule 847 .
"instalment order" see rule 868 (1) .
"order debt" means the amount of money payable under a money order.
"partner" includes a former partner.
"regular debt" for part 5 , division 2 , see rule 848 .
"regular deposit" , for part 5 , division 2 , see rule 847 .
"third person" means—
(a) a person (including the State) from whom a debt—
(i) is payable to the enforcement debtor; or
(ii) is likely to become payable
to the enforcement debtor; and
(b) for part 5 , division 2 , see rule 847
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