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This is an example of a completed notice of motion - objection to instalment order. It is important to complete this form using your own details and based on your own circumstances. If you need more help, get legal advice. Do not try to file this sample form at court.
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Sample notice of motion - objection to instalment order (35kb)
For more information on completing this form, see Instructions for filling out a notice of motion - objection to instalment order.
This sample form is based on the following case study:
Case study – Meena and Fantastic Florists
Meena runs a small business from home, doing website design and IT support for other small businesses. One of her regular clients, Fantastic Florists, has failed to pay her invoice in the amount of $4,000 for the website she built. Meena sent a couple of reminder letters but there has been no response. She tried to contact Fiona from Fantastic Florists by telephone but could not reach her. Meena sent a letter of demand to Fantastic Florists. Fiona from Fantastic Florists offered to pay for part of the outstanding invoice. Meena refused Fiona's offer and started legal action in the Small Claims Division of the Local Court to recover the outstanding amount from Fantastic Florists. Fiona agreed that she owed the debt and filed an acknowledgment of liquidated claim and made an application to pay by instalments. The court accepted the application to pay by instalments. Meena thinks the instalment amount is too low and wants to object to the order.