County Court Bailiffs enforce County Court orders. The successful claims where recovering outstanding money owed (up to £5000) is usually undertaken via a Country Court Judgment (CCJ). The County Court Bailiff’s authority to act comes from the warrant.
What Can A County Court Bailiff Do?
UK Debt Collect Ltd can assign County Court Bailiffs to enforce and obtain payment. If no agreement is made, the Bailiff can have the listed goods removed and sold later at auction. Usually, auction prices are significantly lower than retail values, so more goods will be needed to pay the debt this way.
Warrant of Execution
The Warrant of Execution authorises the Bailiff/Sheriff to recover money owed under the Order & associated costs. Including orders made at tribunals that have been transferred to the county court for enforcement.