Enforcement Action


We undertake enforcement action on a fixed fee basis.

If the debtor does not pay the CCJ promptly we can take enforcement action on your behalf, again for fixed fee.

Warrant of Execution

A County Court Bailiff or a High Court Enforcement Agent will enforce the CCJ. They will attempt to collect monies and/or assets to cover the debt owed. If assets are collected, this will be sold at auction.

Charging Order

This is an effective means of enforcement where the debtor owns property. A charging order creates a charge over the property, like a mortgage. This enables an application to be made for sale of the property, in which case you will have an interest in any sale proceeds.

Attachment of Earnings Order

This is an effective means of enforcement where the debtor is working. A portion of their earnings is paid directly to you from the debtor’s employer.

Third Party Debt Order

These are used where the debtor’s money is held by someone else, usually a bank or building society.

Oral examination

This allows you to summon the debtor, including company directors, to the court to answer questions as to what assets they have.