FAQs

This section will assist in answering many of the questions you have relating to High Court Enforcement services.

If you have any other related questions not answered in our FAQs below, please call our general enquires team. Contact details for our team can be found on the ‘contact’ section of our site.

Judgment Enforcement

How do you get paid?

Our fees are added to the judgment and the defendant pays.

How do you collect your fees?

If we do not recover the full amount on the first payment, our fees we will split from the amount recovered 65/35, you receiving the larger amount. Do not worry the fees are recoverable from the defendant.

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Transfer Up

I have a question that’s not listed

You can call any member of our team who will be able to answer your question; do not worry how trivial it may seem, we are always here to help. Contact us on 0151 236 4751.

What happens if the Writ is unexecuted?

Should it be the case that the Writ cannot be executed, which can be for a variety of reasons – the defendant is insolvent, bankrupt, in liquidation or moved away and can’t be traced – a maximum fixed fee of £75 + Vat would be charged as before.

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Posession

What if I have a question not listed?

You can call any member of our team who will be able to answer your question, don’t worry trivial it may be, we are here to help. Contact us on 01792 466771 (Option 2) and ask to speak to our Commercial and Eviction Services Team.

What if they break back in and re-occupy?

It is criminal damage and as the Police have been advised, they should assist you in the complaint.

Land: If it is the same trespassers then we will re-attend, but this is very rare.

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Evictions - Common Law

I have a question not listed?

You can call any member of our team who will be able to answer your question – don’t worry how trivial it may seem, we’re here to help. Call 01792 466771 (Option 2).

What if they break back in and re-occupy?

Property: It is criminal damage and as the Police have been advised, they should assist you in the complaint. Land: If it is the same trespassers then we will re-attend, but this is very rare.

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Commercial Rent Arrears Recovery (CRAR)

I have a question that’s not listed

You can call any member of our team who will be able to answer your question; do not worry how trivial it may seem, we are always here to help. Contact us on 01792 466 771 (Option 2).

How do I instruct you?

It’s very simple, all you need to do complete our online Commercial Rent Arrears Recovery (CRAR) instruction form.

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Commercial Forfeiture

I have a question not listed?

You can call any member of our team who will be able to answer your question. Don’t worry how trivial it may seem, we are here to help. Please contact a member of our Commercial and Eviction Services Team on 01792 466771 (Option 2).

Can I keep their goods?

No, you have severed your lease and you cannot hold their goods. You have to allow them reasonable time to recover them and allow them access. If there are goods within, you can levy upon them under a rent authorisation. Call our Office to discuss your options.

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Process Serving

I have a question that is not listed?

You can call any member of our team who will be able to answer your question, don’t worry how trivial it may seem, we are here to help. Please ring 01792 466 771 (Option 2) and ask to speak to a member of our Commercial and Eviction Services Team.

What do I do now?

If you wish to instruct us, simply post or email copies of your documents to our Swansea office along with a copy of our completed process serving form.

Commercial and Eviction Services Team
High Court Enforcement Group
Vaughan Thomas House
141 Walter Road
Swansea
SA1 5RW

commercialservices@hcegroup.co.uk

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Employment Tribunal Awards

I have a question that is not listed?

You can call any member of our team who will be able to answer your question, no matter how trivial it may seem we are here to help. Contact us on 0151 236 4751.

What additional information do you need?

As much information as you have, even if this information seems trivial:

  • Contact name if a company
  • Contact telephone numbers, landline and mobiles
  • Email addresses
  • Asset details, vans, cars, stock supplied
  • Alternative trading addresses
  • Web pages/social media pages eg facebook/twitter etc
  • Where goods were delivered

These simple details speed up the process and increase your chance of full recovery.

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