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1. The relationship between prescription or limitation, and enforcement of debt.
2. The consequences for a debtor—
(ii)taking part in a debt payment programme;
(iii)signing a trust deed;
(iv)a trust deed becoming a protected trust deed; and
3. The operation of—
(i)an earnings arrestment;
(iii)an attachment, exceptional attachment and auction of moveables; and
(iv)the debt arrangement scheme under Part 1 of the Act and prescribed by these Regulations.
4. The nature of rights of appeal from the sheriff court.
5. Assisting a client to—
(a)respond to admitted money claims in the sheriff courts;
(b)make or oppose an application in the sheriff courts for—
(i)recall of decree;
(ii)dismissal or absolvitor;
(iii)continuation of a cause;
(c)apply for recall or restriction of an arrestment;
(d)make an application under the Debtors (Scotland) Act 1987(1);
(e)apply for recall of an attachment, exceptional attachment, or an order under Parts 2 and 3 of the Act; or
(f)make an application under these Regulations.
6. Identifying the need to refer a case to an appropriate specialist, and know how to access specialist support.
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