High Court Enforcement Debts.
October 15th 2017.
We are in the process of updating this page of our website. This should be completed within a couple of days.
The way in which a High Court Enforcement Officer/Enforcement Agent can enforce a Judgment changed significantly in 2014 under the Taking Control of Goods Regulations 2013.
Most importantly, the fees that can be charged are now fixed. There is also better protection for debtors if a vehicle has been clamped or seized/’taken into control’.
Under the High Court Enforcement category of our Bailiff Advice website we have provided the following pages to hopefully explain the new regulations in further detail:
High Court Enforcement Agent fees.
Full details of the fees that can be charged by a High Court Enforcement Officer when enforcing a writ of control in relation to a county court judgment can be read here.
High Court Enforcement: Gaining entry.
When enforcing a writ of control in relation to a county court judgement, the High Court Enforcement Officer may only gain entry into premises on specific grounds. Full details can be read here.