If you are a third party who gets caught up in a freezing order situation, our team can help you take the quick action needed to comply with the court order.
Take early legal advice
It is vital to take early legal advice if you are caught up in freezing order proceedings. A Claimant will serve the freezing order on “interested” third parties, such banks and financiers, related companies, accountants and ex-employees. Inadvertently breaching the terms of a freezing order, even if you are not a party to the actual proceedings, can have huge implications.
How we can help you
We can provide assistance in the following areas:
- helping individuals / companies who are approached to provide witness statement evidence in the claim.
- helping deal with any court order requiring the delivery up of documents or other information.
- dealing with any court applications if you are requested to attend and give evidence.
- Making sure you recover any legal costs incurred in dealing with a request when you are not actually a party to the main proceedings.
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