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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 […]

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When does CCJ expire?

Getting a County Court judgement (CCJ) will have a huge effect on a debtor’s credit rating and it will make it much more difficult for them to obtain credit in the future. However, a CCJ does not last forever, as it expires after six years.   Paying the CCJ straight away When a debtor has […]

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What is a High Court Writ of Control?

Formerly known as a ‘writ of fieri facias’, or ‘writ of fi fa’, a High Court Writ of Control can be used to recover outstanding debts. Using a High Court Writ of Control can mean that you recover monies owed quicker than alternative methods, including a Warrant of Execution granted by the County Courts. (more…)

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