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High Court Enforcement Officers (HCEOs) have greater powers than officers of other courts. They can enforce High Court Writs including Writ of Control, Writ of Possession, Employment Tribunal or ACAS Award. A High Court Enforcement Officer can also manage the transfer of a County Court Judgment the High Court for enforcement. […]Read more
It is a relative easy process to instruct a High Court Enforcement Officer to recover the money you are still…Read more
What are the differences between a High Court Enforcement Officer, a County Court Bailiff & an Enforcement Agent?
High Court Enforcement Officer A High Court Enforcement Officer (HCEO) has specific authorisation from the Ministry of Justice to enforce…Read more
A High Court Enforcement Officer has been authorised by the Ministry of Justice. As officers of the High Court duty…Read more
An individual or business (claimant) can apply for a Writ of Control in the High Court, to enforce a judgment…Read more
The cost is very reasonable to transfer a County Court Judgment (CCJ) to the High Court for enforcement. Especially when…Read more