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High Court Enforcement

Our team are able to transfer any County Court Judgment (CCJ) over £600 into a High Court Writ of Control for enforcement providing the debt is not regulated by the Consumer Credit Act 1974.

Simon Williamson, our High Court Enforcement Agent (HCEA), is appointed by the Lord Chancellor.

We aim to transfer all Judgments to the High Court quickly and efficiently, ensuring that you have the most effective form of enforcement throughout England & Wales.

We have a proven success rate, second to none, and commit to attend an address within 7 days from receipt of a High Court Writ.

Our High Court Enforcement Agent’s (HCEA) will, if necessary, make up to 3 visits at varying times in order to collect payment, in full, or remove assets.

WHAT WILL IT COST?

  • All you pay is the Court fee [currently £60] for obtaining the Writ of Control.
  • Who picks up the fees? In the event of a successful execution we will recover the full amount of the Judgment debt, interest at 8% per annum and *£111.75p towards the cost that have been incurred in issuing the writ.
  •  In respect of an unsuccessful enforcement, where monies are not recovered or there are insufficient assets of value to remove, a standard compliance abortive fee [Currently £75.00 plus VAT] will be charged.

Contact us on 0300 303 3220 Option 1 or 01673 841326 to discuss any queries you may have.

 Click here for High Court Enforcement Instruction Form

 

*An administration fee is applicable on successful execution of the Writ, where we have obtained the Writ, and is included in the fees that the Debtor pays but is invoiced to the client.

 

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