CRAR: Advantages and disadvantages

Many commercial landlords and tenants had long complained that the current laws were outdated, overly complicated and unfair.  They seemed to favour the landlord in a way that was wrong but also made it unclear what landlords could and couldn’t do. That all changed in 2014 when a new set of legislation was introduced – […]

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What are the duties of an Enforcement Officer?

Enforcement officers work for local authorities, civil enforcement agencies and county courts. They have a key role to play in collecting outstanding debts, however they are not debt collectors. Sometimes, this will be by removing possessions from the debtor’s address or by repossessing the property. Enforcement officers also conduct evictions when necessary. The property and […]

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How long is a CCJ enforceable for?

A CCJ – or County Court Judgement – is a stage of debt recovery that means a court has been contacted and is now responsible for dealing with the debtor. If you are owed money and cannot recover the debt, a CCJ can be an extremely helpful tool in recovering that money. Debtors cannot ignore […]

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