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Money Judgment Enforcement

If you're looking to recover monies owed to you and you have obtained a County Court (of over £600) or High Court Judgment, then High Court Enforcement Officers (HCEOs) are what you need as they are able to enforce your orders in the High Court.

Enforcing your judgment in the High Court is very effective as it gives the Enforcement Officers the power to take control of goods and remove them if payment is not forthcoming.

For County Court Judgments (CCJs), you will first need to transfer it to the High Court for enforcement purposes, but don't worry, we can take care of that process for you. Once we have transferred it to the High Court and obtained a High Court Writ of Control, it can enforced.

Fast & Effective

Enforcing a money judgment in the High Court is one of the most effective ways of enforcement.

High Court Bailiffs

High Court Enforcement Officers (HCEOs), enable you to enforce High Court Orders.

Cost-Neutral

Upton successful enforcement of your judgment, the Defendant pays our fees so you don't have to!

Professional Money Judgment Enforcement Bailiffs

With years of experience enforcing judgments, our private bailiffs follow the professional legal processes to ensure successful enforcement of your money judgment.

I have a County Court Judgment (CCJ), how do I enforce it?

You can transfer your judgment to the High Court for enforcement purposes and obtain a Writ of Control.

What happens once a Writ of Control is obtained?

Once you have received the Writ of Control from the High Court, a statutory Notice of Enforcement to the Defendant.

The Notice of Enforcement gives the Defendant 7 clear days (excludes Sundays and Bank Holidays) to make payment (in full).

If the payment has not been made in full after the 7 days, enforcement officers can attend the Defendant's address.

What will your bailiffs do when they visit their home?

We will try to recover the monies owed. If we cannot recover them, then we can take control of the goods and remove them if necessary. 

Can you force your way in to their home?

No, our enforcement team cannot force their way in.

We can, however, enter through an open door. 

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If you're not sure of the best method of enforcement, give us a call and we will discuss your options and explain the processes involved.

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