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Employment tribunal award enforcement

The ending of employment tribunal fees is very likely to lead to an increase in the number of claims, perhaps even reaching the levels seen before the introduction of fees. Employment solicitors we work with have certainly welcomed the news!

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Stays of execution in enforcement

A stay of execution will stop the enforcement process. There are several sets of circumstances under which the court may order a stay. When there is an appeal pending against the judgment When there are special circumstances making it inexpedient

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The Pre-Action Protocol for Debt Claims

It may seem a little odd to consider pre-action conduct in a guest article for a High Court Enforcement Officer.  A judgment or order has already been obtained and a "post-action" decision made on the method of enforcement, to apply

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HCE Group awards finalists

In May 2017, we were delighted to share the news with you that we had been shortlisted as a finalist at the Credit Awards in the Conduct & Culture category for ‘Excellence in Treating Customer Vulnerability – Collections & Debt

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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, but CRAR - commercial rent arrears recovery - is designed to support commercial landlords recover rent

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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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