You need a judgment from the court before you can send an examination notice.
An examination notice is a form that is posted to the other party after judgment telling them to give you information and documents about their income, assets and other debts. This information can help you decide the best way to enforce the judgment.
To send an examination notice, follow the steps in this guide.
You will need one form:
You can get copies of the form from:
You can fill out your form:
To fill in the form you will need to have the following information ready:
It will help to have your copy of the statement of claim with you when you fill out the form.
Instructions: Instructions for filling out an examination notice - individual Sample: Sample examination notice - individual
Post the completed form to the other party. You should keep a copy of the form and keep a record of how (express post or ordinary post), when and from where the form was posted. You do not need to hand the form to the other party personally.
You do not need to file a copy of the form with the court so there is no filing fee.
If the other party doesn't comply with the examination notice and it has been more than 28 days, you can apply for an examination order. For more information, see