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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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An interactive graphic to take claimants through the journey of the enforcement of a county court judgment (CCJ) under a High Court writ of control

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The lease will be forfeited by the peaceable re-entry and we consider what rights and duties the landlord has with regards to goods left in the premises at the time of forfeiture.

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Lord Justice Jackson proposes that the current regime of fixed recoverable costs be extended to include all civil claims up to a value of £250.000.

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County court judgments (CCJs) in England and Wales against businesses were at the lowest level on record in 2016.

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