County Court Bailiff

County Court Bailiff

County Court Bailiffs (also known as ‘Enforcement Agents’) are Civil servants employed by the local County Court to help enforce judgments. If you wish to recover your debt, but your debtor is not paying up at all or as fast as you would like, bailiffs can help.

Instruct us to be your agent by sending us this simple "Submit Debt Collection/Debt Recovery Form” 

 

 

County Court Enforcement by Bailiffs 

County Court Bailiffs enforce County Court Judgements (CCJs). 

CCJs are advantageous to use for debts below £600. 

The issue of a County Court Judgement in your favour does not always result in the collection of your debt when the debtor chooses to ignore the CCJ. 

So, even if you have won a County Court Judgement, it is too soon to celebrate in view of the fact that often the debtor ignores the CCJ. 

Further action is required and we undertake it.  We assign County Court Bailiffs to enforce and obtain payment.

Instruct us to be your agent by sending us this simple "Submit Debt Collection/Debt Recovery Form”. 

 

 

Warrant of Control

The County Court Bailiff’s authority to act comes from a Warrant of Control which authorises the Bailiff/Sheriff to recover money owed under the CCJ & associated costs. This includes orders made at tribunals that have been transferred to the County Court for enforcement. 
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We will attend the debtor’s property, securing the debtor’s assets for sale at auction if the debtor does not pay the requisite funds. We chase, interact and question the debtor for one year to get the County Court Judgement satisfied.

Instruct us to be your agent by sending us this simple "Submit Debt Collection/Debt Recovery Form