High Court Enforcement – Bailiff
Landlord Advice UK instructed High Court enforcement officers have the authority when formally appointed through a High Court Writ of Execution to enforce the requirements of certain court orders.
Landlord Advice UK instructed Enforcement officers are appointed person, to enforce:
- Orders and judgements of the High Court
- County Court Judgements over £600 in value which are not regulated by the Consumer Credit Act 1974 (as amended)
- County Court Possession Orders which are transferable to the High Court
Every judgement or order which is to be enforced by our High Court Enforcement Officers which is not issued by the High Court itself has to go through a “transfer procedure” to enable our High Court enforcement team to handle the enforcement process.
Landlord Advice UK can transfer any judgement or order capable of being transferred from one court to another quickly. Landlord Advice UK offer every type of enforceable instruction – which are actioned as soon as we are instructed by you.
Landlord Advice UK Team is on hand to support our clients in the entire enforcement process. We provide our instructed enforcement officers with instructions as soon as the Writ to the High Court Enforcement has been issued and note our officers cover all 105 postcodes within England and Wales.