Enforcing Possession Orders in the High Court (From 23 August 2020 onwards)

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Enforcing Possession Orders in the High Court (From 23 August 2020 onwards)

 

Transferring Possession Orders issued in the County Court to the High Court for enforcement has become a much simpler process. If you have an Order for Possession which you want to enforce in the High Court, all you need to do is scan and email to us a copy, complete our instruction form and pay the fixed fee. We will apply to the Court for a writ of possession to be enforced by a High Court Enforcement Officer. Once we have the sealed writ of possession back from the Court, we must give the occupiers a minimum of 14 day’s notice, after which the eviction can be carried out. For more details see this article https://www.qualitybailiffs.co.uk/news/ccj/residential-evictions.html

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