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What Is the Role of Enforcement Services?
Have you ever found yourself locked in a heated dispute with one of your tenants? Unfortunately, problem tenants can be the worst nightmare for landlords. Some of the problems you are likely to have with unruly tenants revolve around cleanliness, rent arrears, breakages, pets, subletting, property damage, etc. And when push comes to shove, you […]
Who Pays the Court Costs for Tenant Evictions?
Evicting tenants through the official legal procedure inevitably takes some money and research. Regretfully, for many landlords, court time and fees are necessary. But what are those court costs likely to amount to? And who is responsible for paying the legal fees for evictions?
High Court Enforcement Officers: Everything You Need To Know
Who Are High Court Enforcement Officers? A High Court Enforcement Officer, also known as an HCEO, is an officer of the High Court in either England or Wales. Their role is to enforce the judgement of the High Court in a number of ways, by seizing goods, repossessing property belong to the debtor, being two […]
Dealing with travellers in car parks
Finding that travellers have settled in your public or private car park can have a serious impact on your company and surrounding businesses. Being unable to operate your car parking facility can have a negative financial impact on local businesses, especially in shopping centres and districts, as customers and car park users are reluctant or […]
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 […]
Removing travellers: The complete guide
The presence of travellers is a serious problem in UK. Every day, land owners experience problems with travellers setting up camp on their land, without permission. And this fact can cause significant costs for land owners and for this reason, it’s necessary to remove them quickly and take measures that prevent travellers from moving onto […]
Why you Should use an Enforcement Service to Remove Travellers
Across the UK, there’s a housing crisis with people having to wait for long periods to get to the top of the list. This has created a knock-on effect onto the travelling community with fewer authorised sites than ever before. This has meant that there’s an increasing number of travellers who are setting up home […]
What is a controlled goods agreement?
If someone is unable to pay their debts, enforcement officers usually become involved. A Controlled Goods Agreement (sometimes called a CGA or Walking Possession Agreement) is a document which secures the property of the debtor to their debt when immediate payment is required to the Enforcement Agents and the debtor is unable to make that […]
What is the difference between a warrant of control and writ of control?
Warrants Of Control – An Overview Warrants of Control authorize an enforcement agent to go to the debtor’s address to collect any money owed or, alternatively, to remove goods from the address to auction. Enforcement agents are limited to the kinds of goods which they can remove. They are not permitted to remove any goods […]