Register CCJ for transfer to the High Court for enforcement

If you have a County Court Judgment (CCJ) for £600.00 (including costs) or over it can be transferred to the High Court for enforcement by a High Court Enforcement Officer (HCEO), for a fixed service fee of £30.00 plus £66.00 statutory court fee.

The resulting Writ of Control enables you to use execution against the debtor's goods as your method of enforcement, the exception being if judgment arises from a regulated agreement under the Consumer Credit Act.

With successful execution, the High Court Enforcement Officer (HCEO) will collect your judgment debt, court costs, the transferup fee and interest, they also recover their own fees, costs and charges from the debtor.

Should it be the warrant cannot be executed, for whatever reason, the defendant is insolvent, bankrupt, in liquidation or moved away and cannot be traced, a fee of £72.00 for Judgment Orders dated before 5th April 2014 and £90.00 for Judgment Orders dated from 5th April 2014 will be charged by the High Court Enforcement Officer, this is known as the "compliance fee" and is charged by all High Court Enforcement Officers where the writ can not be executed.

If the Judgment Debtor may not have seizable goods to the value of your Judgment you may want to consider using more than one Post Judgment Enforcement method.

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