Appointment of High Court Enforcement Officer - £1250.00

Once your County Court Judgement has been transferred from the County Court to the High Court a High Court Enforcement Officer (“HCEO”) is able to take control of goods from the debtor and sell them to recover the debt, they can also act more quickly than a County Court Bailiff to evict your tenants. HCEO’s work privately and have far higher collection rates due than the County Court Bailiff due to the statutory financial incentives for a successful enforcement.

Execution against goods is a very popular method of enforcing a judgment debt as it can be done quickly. However, this enforcement method does depend upon the judgment debtor having goods of sufficient value to discharge the sums owed.