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High Court Enforcement Group is delighted to announce that we have been shortlisted as a finalist at the Credit Awards 2017

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If, after the enforcement of a writ of control by a High Court Enforcement Officer (HCEO), controlled goods need to be sold, they are done so under the removal and sale stage in accordance with the Taking Control of Goods Regulations 2013.

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CRAR came into effect in April 2014, replacing distress for rent, and remains an extremely effective method for recovering commercial rent arrears.

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In a move welcomed by all in the credit industry, Registry Trust has announced an initiative that will allow creditors, of all sizes, including larger lenders, to directly notify Registry Trust when a judgment has been satisfied.

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For many years, here at High Court Enforcement Group, we have championed mental health and vulnerability awareness and Quality Marked vulnerability training within the enforcement industry.

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The song ‘Murphy Owes Me Rent’ by Frank Harding from 1890, tells the story of a well-respected landlord who owns several properties. In one of them lives Murphy, who hasn’t paid his rent for “many a day”.

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A controlled goods agreement is used to secure the debtor’s goods when the enforcement agent leaves them at the debtor’s premises during enforcement.

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