What is a Child Support Agency Liability Order?
A Child Support Agency Liability Order (CSA Liability Order) refers to an order made on a self-employed individual to enforce a judgment.
As an attachment of earnings are more difficult to enforce on self-employed individuals, CSA Liability Orders are used.
If a debtor is believed to be able to afford to pay child maintenance, a CSA Liability Order is made in a Magistrates Court. If the debtor is unwilling to pay the judgment may be registered.
CSA Liability Orders will appear on our register as either satisfied or unsatisfied, and will remain on the register for six years from the date of judgments unless removed by the court.
How does a CSA Liability Order appear on our Register
The information appearing on the Register is as follows:
• Defendant Details – Name and address
• Case Number
• Date of Registration
• Satisfaction details once Registry Trust has been notified by the CSA office
Satisfying/Removing a CSA Liability Order
When a CSA Liability Order is paid in full, you will need to notify the relevant CSA Office who will instruct us to update our Register.
If it was paid within a calendar month from the date of registration, and the relevant CSA Office is notified, we will be instructed to remove the record from our Register.
We do not hold partial settlement information for CSA Liability Orders.
The CSA Helpline telephone number is: 0800 171 2033/2162