Transfer Up.

If you have a County Court Judgment (CCJ) above £600*, which is less than 6 years old and would like to quickly recover the money owed, then why not use our fast and free CCJ transfer-up service to High Court Enforcement?

Why Transfer-up CCJs to High Court Enforcement?

Our clients have found that transferring up their County Court Judgments (CCJs) to authorise High Court Enforcement, has achieved the following benefits over the traditional County Court route:  It’s a quicker process to enforce and collect, usually more cost-effective and a much better chance to collect the full amount owed.

If you have a County Court Judgment (CCJ) above £600*, which is less than 6 years old and would like to quickly recover the money owed, then why not use our fast and free CCJ transfer-up service to High Court Enforcement? *£600 = total judgment sum due, including court fees & interest.

A payment for the Court Fee of £78 is payable at the time of instructing us. The fee however will be added to the debtors costs, which we will include when asking for payment of the debt. You can pay the £78 Court Fee by cheque or telephone debit/credit card.

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Your First Time – New Client?

Considering our free CCJ Transfer Up to High Court Enforcement service? We’ll be happy to take you through the process. If you are unfamiliar with the legal process and have any questions or would like further information on our High Court Enforcement Service we are on hand to help. Please call 01992 663399 or email

As soon as we receive your instruction to transfer up the County Court Judgment (CCJ), authorising our High Court Enforcement Officer (HCEO) via our Online form, we guarantee immediate acknowledgement, as well as fast and effective High Court Enforcement.

We also will promptly pay you or your organisation as soon as we recover part or the whole outstanding debt. Our company manages High Court Enforcement for single individual cases and high volume instructions – we treat each case with the utmost care and attention on your behalf. You will receive regular updates on the status of your case. You will also have access to your own dedicated online account management system for High Court Enforcement, which uses the latest technology and will give you complete access to view how the case is progressing.

Important Financial Information

Dedicated Bank Account – All money paid under an execution of the writ is held in a dedicated bank account for this purpose in accordance with High Court Enforcement Officers’ (HCEO) regulations.

Payment – Compliance fee £75 – Our administration fees are usually paid by the debtor on successful recovery. Where we are unable to recover the amount due, and this could be for a variety of reasons, you will be charged £75.00 plus VAT. These reasons include but are not limited to, situations where we are unable to trace the debtor, where the debtor successfully applies to have the judgment set aside, where the debtor is or has been declared bankrupt and where there are insufficient assets to cover the debt owed. Part settlements – our costs will be deducted from the sums recovered from the debtor on a pro-rata basis. NB: Late payment charges will be applied on overdue invoices in accordance with the Late Payment of Commercial Debts (Interest) Act 1998 (As Amended).

What to do next:

To instruct us there are three High Court Enforcement options available:

Option 1 (for same day action)

  1. Complete the online instruction form, “Transfer Up CCJ to High Court Enforcement Form” and upload the copy of the sealed judgment (CCJ), relevant photographs and documents.
  2. You will receive a copy of the instruction via email straight away – Print this for your records.
  3. Phone us or we will phone you to arrange to pay the £78.00 Court Fee by Credit or Debit Card.

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Option 2

Send by post a copy of your instructions together with photocopies of  your sealed judgment (CCJ), any related documents and your cheque for £78.00 payable to Court Enforcement Services Ltd. The postal address is: Court Enforcement Services Ltd, PO Box 13230, Harlow, Essex, CM20 9UH.


Where you have obtained judgment and the debtor has left their last known address, we would recommend using our ‘Trace to Writ’ service to enable you to instruct us to enforce. You can instruct us here.