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We’ve rebranded!

The team at High Court Enforcement Group is delighted to announce the launch, today, of our new brand. But it’s not just HCE Group who has rebranded – so have Excel Civil Enforcement and eviction specialist National Eviction Team, both

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Commercial Rent Arrears Recovery (CRAR) and quarter days

As the end of the quarter for commercial rent fell on 29th September we thought we would highlight the process if rent on any commercial premises is late. When can CRAR take place? Commercial rent arrears recovery can take place

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World Mental Health Day

With one in four people experiencing mental health issues, and the fact that debt and mental health a closely correlated in most research. As part of world mental health day, we thought we’d highlight some of the key things we

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Civil Justice statistics

The civil justice statistics for April to June 2018 have been released. The statistics look at all aspects of civil justice and we have looked at these in detail and picked out a few key highlights from the Ministry of

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Employed vs self-employed enforcement agents

There are several considerations when looking at the enforcement agents who might be best to represent you or your clients when it comes to judgment enforcement. This article will look at three of them in detail. GDPR Debtor data should

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Impact of Universal Credit on rent arrears

What is Universal Credit? Universal Credit has been brought in to replace several different benefits and tax credits that are currently given out. These include: Housing benefit Child tax Credit Income support Working Tax Credit Income-based Jobseekers allowance Income-related Employment

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MoJ possession statistics

  The Ministry of Justice has released the latest possession statistics. The possession statistics now highlight the median time taken to reach each stage of the possession, these statistics can be quite misleading, and we have looked at the mean

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Eviction of travellers

Amidst the UK’s housing crisis there is also a shortage of authorised sites for travellers to set up on. This shortage of authorised sites has led to a dramatic increase in the numbers of travellers setting up on unauthorised encampments

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Commercial property: CRAR and forfeiture webinar Q&A

Here are the questions and answers from our webinar on "commercial property: CRAR and forfeiture of lease"  held on 21st June. Can CRAR be exercised if the tenant does not pay, can the landlord then instruct you to enforce peaceable

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Pimlico plumbers case ruling

The supreme court recently ruled in a significant case, the case of Gary Smith Versus Pimlico Plumbers. The case sets a precedent for those self employed as contractors and has potential ramifications for the gig economy with further key cases

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