§ 3. Dr. Alan Glyn
asked the Attorney-General whether he is aware that judgments made by civil courts against individuals can be deliberately frustrated by these individuals moving to another address; and if he will introduce legislation to enable the police authorities to assist in the tracing of individuals in such cases.
I am aware that a defendant can sometimes evade the consequences of a judgment by moving to another address. It would however be undesirable for the police to be concerned in the recovery of civil debts.
§ 4. Dr. Alan Glyn
asked the Attorney-General how many judgments made in civil courts during the past six months have failed to be executed.
No statistics are kept of the number of unexecuted judgments in civil courts and it would be impracticable to obtain them.