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Employment tribunal fees ruled unlawful

On 26th July 2017, the Supreme Court ruled that employment tribunal fees were unlawful. The Government quickly moved to abolish them and commit to refunding fees paid out since their introduction in July 2013, at an estimated cost of £32

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The enforcement of High Court writs of control

Thank you to all who took part in our webinar at the beginning of July of the enforcement of High Court writs of control. We were asked a good number of questions, and answer these in this article. Does the

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13th Connexx Assembly and the UIHJ Global Legal Forum

With international conferences in France and Russia, High Court Enforcement Group director and Connexx vice-president Martin Leyshon reports on the importance of these cross-border collaborations. It has been a busy few months for Martin, firstly with the 13th Assembly of

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Commercial Rent Arrears Recovery (CRAR)

We understand the importance of maintaining cash flow through regular rent payments. When tenants fail to pay, recovering what you’re owed isn’t always easy. Our CRAR service is fast and responsive, ensuring you receive the money you’re owed quickly and

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Webinar: writs of control and the enforcement of judgments

Thank you to all who took part in this webinar on the writ of control and the enforcement of judgments on 5th July 2017. You can watch the recording by clicking the link below. Please note that you will need

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Forfeiture of lease

Commercial landlords have two options, should their tenant breach the terms of their lease due to non-payment of rent. Mixed use premises They can obtain an order for possession or use the common law remedy of forfeiture. If there are

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Digitisation of the civil courts of the future

The Master of the Rolls and Head of Civil Justice, Sir Terence Etherton, delivered the Lord Slynn Memorial Lecture on 14th June and laid out the plans for the 21st century court system. Managed decline of the court system There

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Excel Enforcement: IRRV awards finalists

High Court Enforcement Group would like to congratulate our sister company Excel Civil Enforcement on being shortlisted at this year's IRRV Performance Awards in the 'Excellence in Staff Development' category. Excel Enforcement being shortlisted for this award showcases their new approaches

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Writ of delivery

A High Court writ of delivery is used to recover specific goods. It is not used that often, but is very effective when the circumstances are appropriate. Writ of specific delivery When the judgment or order is made for the

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Securing a fast transfer up to the High Court

The process of recovering money can take time – from credit control, through to making a claim, possibly a court hearing and then obtaining judgment. Should the judgment debtor still not pay, the creditor may then choose to take enforcement

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