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CPR Part 85 – new guidance provided

High Court Enforcement Group asked Master Victoria McCloud to review two claims that had been brought under CPR Part 85 (Civil Procedure Rule). Master McCloud has reviewed the two claims - Riaz and Celador Radio - and produced a written

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A great start to the year

At HCE we have had an incredibly successful start to the year. We’ve attended two awards ceremonies - the CICM British Credit Awards 2018 and the Modern Law Awards - and have a win and a highly commended under our

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Tenants and housing benefits

We thought we’d look at housing benefit tenants and what landlords should be aware of if they are considering renting or already do rent to someone on benefits in this article. With £25 billion being spent on housing benefit payments

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Freezing injunctions

Freezing injunctions prevent an individual selling asset. You must be sure that any assets you intend to freeze are owned by the individual in question. An application for this type of injunction should be made with some haste to protect

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Order to obtain information

If you have received a judgment in your or your client’s favour, it might be worthwhile taking a deeper look at the debtor’s financial position by applying for an order to obtain information, requiring the debtor to attend court and

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Residential eviction webinar Q&A part 2

We bring you the answers to your questions from our November residential eviction webinar (part 2), you can read part 1 of this Q&A here. If you cannot recover any money and I want her to go bankrupt who pays for

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HCE Group forging links with The Chartered Institute of Legal Executives (CILEx)

We are delighted to announce that we are now approved by the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives (CILEx) to deliver the Level 2 Taking Control of Goods and the Vulnerability and Mental Health Awareness Workshop as CILEx Endorsed Programmes with

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Squatters in pubs, offices and commercial buildings over Christmas

Many of us may spend some time in the pub over Christmas, however not all guests come in wanting a full round of drinks that they are prepared to pay for! This is also the case for other buildings that

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Residential eviction webinar Q&A part 1

A tenant left my property and owes approximately £4,000 and I have been to court. If I ask you to go ahead in recovering this money will the HCEO fees will added to the debt? She lives with her brother

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Employment tribunal fee refund scheme launched

The Government launched the first stage of the employment tribunal fee refund scheme in October; to refund employment tribunal fees to those who have made claims, after the Supreme Court ruled in July that the 2013 introduction of fees of

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