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My son who is presently CSA in respect of two children,twins,

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My son who is presently CSA in respect of two children,twins, has contacted the CSA twice asking for his payment to be reduced as one of the children has now left school and is employed.
They have never replied or reduced payments.
Can he take out an interim interdict against the CSA to stop them taking full payment?
Thank you for your question.

Yes, he can, although that is an expensive procedure to go down. Whilst he can ask for judicial expenses of the action he would still have to fund the action in the first instance and would only get, at best, 75% of his costs back.

He should email them again and follow that up with a phone call to ask why he has not received an acknowledgement. He may also want to get his solicitor to write, before taking proceedings, but the answer to your main question is yes, interdict proceedings would be competent.

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