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UK - PY - Court orders issue

Hi Experts,

I have an issue with UK court orders,There is a situation where an employee had a court order with deduction of 100 pounds per month and protected earning of 600 pounds. As the employee did not have eranings more that 600 pounds /co2 - court orders arreas started forming and the amount was built up to 800 pounds. Now the court has issues an amendement to this order in the month of Feb that the arrears has to be waived and protected eranings should be changed to 200 pounds with deduction of 20 pounds per month.

In order to achieve this the previous court order was delemited and a new record was created in march with protected earning as 200 and deduction of 20 pounds per month.

The issue is that system is deducting arrears from employees pay. This should be stopped. I tried adjusting the arrears amount using a wage type in IT 15 but user wants a solution for this scenario with out doing this adjustment. I also tried applying note 1697253 but it did not solve the issue.

Could you please suggets how to fix this issue.

Regards,

Shilpa

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on May 08, 2012 at 05:32 AM

    And the court order type is EWP

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    • Former Member Harish Krishnan

      Hi Harish,

      This note is applicable only for subtype CSDN/CSD. But my scenario is for subtype EWP - EWP Priority AEO (England and Wales). Could you please ell me if there is a note for subtype EWP as well,

      Regards,

      Shilpa

  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Jul 25, 2012 at 06:25 AM

    Hi Experts,

    The issue about deducting arrears is apperaing again. Is any ne aware of the fix for this or is there a note by SAP to handle this issue?

    Regards,

    Shilpa

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