High Court Enforcement Services : How can we help?

By working with you and our experienced partners to recover debt via CCJ.

We avoid legal action whenever possible so we can limit any cost to you and also help build a more positive financial relationship with that customer on your behalf. However sometimes it is necessary to take more formal legals steps on order to ensure expected payments are made.


  • We will work with you to enforce a County Court Judgement (CCJ) to ensure you can take control of goods in order to recover monies owed.
  • If you have an order in place and been unable to secure payment, we will work with our trusted and reliable High Court Enforcement Officer and Certificated Bailiffs to work through the legal system and obtain goods or payment in full.
  • In order to proceed with this course of action you must have a CCJ in place and we will ask you share this with us.


A small business may need the services of high court enforcement for several reasons:


Debt Recovery: If a small business is owed money by an individual or another business and attempts to recover the debt through traditional means, such as sending letters or making phone calls, have been unsuccessful, they may opt for high court enforcement. High court enforcement officers have the legal authority to enforce judgments and recover outstanding debts on behalf of the business.

Eviction of Non-Paying Tenants: If a small business owns or manages a property and the tenant fails to pay rent or breaches the terms of the lease, the business may seek the assistance of high court enforcement to carry out an eviction. High court enforcement officers can legally remove non-paying tenants and regain possession of the property on behalf of the business.

Enforcement of Court Orders: In certain legal disputes, a court may issue an order that requires one party to take specific actions or make payments. If the party fails to comply with the court order, the business may utilise high court enforcement services to enforce the order and ensure its implementation.

Seizing and Selling Assets: If a small business has obtained a judgment against a debtor but the debtor fails to pay, high court enforcement officers have the authority to seize and sell the debtor’s assets to recover the owed amount. This process is known as “taking control of goods” and can be an effective method for debt recovery.


It’s important to note that the decision to use high court enforcement services should be carefully considered, as it involves legal processes and potential costs. Small businesses should consult with legal professionals or debt recovery specialists to assess their specific situation and determine the most appropriate course of action.

Our approach

  • Instruct us to work on your behalf
  • We will apply to the courts and engage our High Court Enforcement Officer and Certificated Bailiffs partner team
  • We will then approach the debtor directly
  • Once monies have been secured, these will be transferred to you directly from our secure business account.
  • We will provide you a full and final quote based on your specific circumstance and CCJ details.

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