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DISCLOSE 2 ACCOUNTS of Debtor FOR THIRD PARTY DEBT ORDER..Pl help

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  • DISCLOSE 2 ACCOUNTS of Debtor FOR THIRD PARTY DEBT ORDER..Pl help

    Hi all,

    I bring my query here.

    I obtained CCJ against Debtor who failed to pay me even after Court sent Judgment.

    Now I wanted to request court to make a Third party debt order in order to recover my debt. I know Judgment Debtor has bank accounts in which his monthly salary is deposited by employer..

    My Questions ;

    1.
    As Debtor has Accounts in 02 Banks, Can I give details of his 02 Bank Accounts to the court or Should I only give One account s details ?

    2.
    If I can give all 2 account details, should I send 2 forms of N349 for each Bank account detail ?

    3.
    or Can I give 01 Bank detail in N349 Form and include a letter explaining his other bank account details ?

    I am sure he has money in two accounts. Please advise. I will appreciate and be thankful all who reply
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