A High Court Enforcement Officer is an officer of the High Court of England and Wales responsible for enforcing judgements of the High Court, often by seizing goods or repossessing property. Did you know that High Court Enforcement Officers used to be known as High Court Sheriffs and Sheriff Officers?
High Court Enforcement Officer (HCEO)
UK Debt Collect Ltd will assign HCEOs to seize and sell goods to cover the amount of a debt owed. They can also enforce and supervise the possession of property and the return of goods.
High Court Writs
A Writ of Control is issued by the High Court on behalf of creditors to recover the money they're owed. A Writ of Control allows High Court Enforcement Officers (Bailiffs) to seize and then sell the debtor's goods.