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When a residential landlord wishes to repossess their property, firstly they should obtain an order for possession and make an application at the same time to the County Court for leave to transfer the order to the High Court for enforcement under Section 42 of the County Courts Act 1984 by our High Court Enforcement Officer (HCEO), under a writ of possession.
Care should be taken to ensure that the order is made correctly with the correct wording. If you are owed rent you can also add a claim for money to the possession order.
We provide a reactive service utilising our experienced High Court Enforcement Officers to execute the writ, return your property to you & minimise the risk of damage to the property while allowing you to re-let the property and reactivate the rental revenue stream.
Special Enforcement Services are working on behalf of MEC Security who are proud enforcement providers of HCEO Ltd and Authorised High Court Enforcement Officer Mr Morgan Sheldon.
CCJ Transfer Up to High Court Enforcement
A County Court Judgment (CCJ) issued in the County Court where the value is over £600.00 can be enforced promptly by our High Court Enforcement Officers via the High Court