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Contents (2017 - 10)
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Motor Accident Injuries Act 2017 No 10
Current version for 25 March 2020 to date (accessed 10 April 2020 at 10:19)
Part 2 Division 2.2 Section 2.18
2.18   Entry of judgment against licensed insurer
(cf s 23 MACA)
(1)  If a judgment obtained in any court relating to liability in respect of the death of or injury to a person caused by the fault of the owner or driver of an insured motor vehicle in the use or operation of the vehicle is not satisfied in full within 30 days after the judgment is entered, the court must, on the application of the judgment creditor, direct that the judgment be entered against the licensed insurer of the vehicle.
(2)  If execution on the judgment is stayed pending appeal, the time during which execution is stayed is to be excluded in calculating the 30-day period.
(3)  Notice of intention to make the application is to be served on the licensed insurer at least 7 days before the hearing of the application.
(4)  If the court directs that the judgment be entered against the licensed insurer, the judgment may be enforced as a judgment against the licensed insurer to the extent to which it was not satisfied at the time it was so entered.