Updated Video on Free CCJ Transfer up to High Court Enforcement service
Court Enforcement Services has updated their animated Free CCJ Transfer up video alerting claimants to a less well known option – transferring up an unpaid CCJ to the High Court. It is now generally accepted that the High Court Enforcement option can be ultimately a faster process with a better success rate. In fact the High Court Enforcement route can be very cost-effective.
Free administration service for CCJ Transfer up to High Court Enforcement
Any CCJ over £600 can be transferred up to the High Court. For commercial debts the £600 qualification can include ‘statutory interest’ owed* and court fees. Court Enforcement Services don’t charge for administering the transfer up service to the High Court. The company can receive instructions via digital forms online or downloaded to be completed offline. The completed forms can be scanned and sent via email or hard copies sent in the post. The video also shows the revised court fee of £71 payable, which will be added to the debtor costs.
A £75 fee is also payable should the debtor be unable to pay. The debtor may not have assets which can be seized to pay the debt or the debtor cannot be found. Court Enforcement Services however want to make the point that many CCJs are also written off too early. This is through a combination of contributing factors. These include undertaking preliminary tracing using standard available ‘databases’. The small business person hasn’t the time let alone the field resources that an enforcement company such as theirs have at their disposal.
The interest you can charge if another business is late paying for goods or a service is ‘statutory interest’. This is calculated at 8% plus the Bank of England base rate for business to business transactions.
CCJ Transfer up to High Court Enforcement – Our administration of this service is free
@Court Enforcement Services Ltd