We will discuss with you the suitability of each option in a specific case before taking further action but in summary the methods of enforcement are:

Warrant of Control (County Court Bailiffs)/Writ of Control (High Court Enforcement Officers)

Attend at a debtor’s home or business premises with a view to removing goods to secure payment of the debt. They usually rely on the threat of removal to attempt to obtain payment.

Attachment of Earnings

Where a debtor is in employment (not self-employed) it is possible to obtain an Order requiring payments to be deducted directly from their salary.

Charging Order

The Judgment can be secured against any property owned by the debtor such as a home or commercial premises.

Third Party Debt Order

Monies due to the debtor by a third party or a bank account can be ordered to be paid directly to you.

An alternative is to consider Insolvency proceedings.

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For more information about our debt recovery services speak to a member of our team today. We have offices across Yorkshire, in Sheffield, York and Leeds, and our expert team are waiting to take your call. Find the number you need on our contact page.

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