Enforcement activity is considered by some as a last resort where all conventional collection efforts have been exhausted, whilst others specifically choose Enforcement as their preferred route, bypassing other methods.
Enforcement proceedings may include:
- Charging Order
- Order for Sale proceedings (if required, post Charging Order)
- Warrant of Execution (County Court bailiff instructed to seize debtor's possessions)
- Execution by Warrant of Control (High Court Enforcement or Sheriff instructed to seize debtor's possessions)
For more information, a quote, or to submit a case, please email email@example.com providing your full contact details.
An payment may be required prior to work commencing, to cover up-front fees / costs.
Should a collection occur during the process, a commission fee of between 9% and 25% (depending upon age/balance of debt) is payable, which is deducted from collections remitted.
Please note: Where applicable we implement The Late Payment of Commercial Debts (Interest) Act 1998, which may partially offset collection commission costs to you.