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High Court Enforcement

Dukes Bailiffs Limited provides High Court Enforcement Services to clients through our approved Agent – Shergroup.

Approved Agent

Dukes partnered with Shergroup to provide an effective, efficient High Court enforcement service.

All of the High Court Enforcement Agents that we use are employed by Dukes and they have all undertaken the relevant training required for their role.

The High Court Enforcement Agents at Dukes Bailiffs Limited are authorised by the Ministry of Justice Lord Chancellor’s department, to enforce all High Court Judgments and County Court Judgments, over £600

High court enforcement service

In partnership with Shergroup, Dukes can manage cases suitable for High Court Enforcement.These are cases for debts over £600, where a County Court Judgment has been obtained and it can be transferred up to the High Court for further enforcement.

Transferring from the county court to the high court

Before using our services, you must obtain a County Court Judgment (CCJ). We will then transfer your judgment to the High Court for a nominal administration fee of £66. We will process your instruction direct via Shergroup.

Once the judgment has been transferred, (typically within 5- 21days) a Writ of Control is issued and the case will be passed to Dukes Bailiffs Limited to enforcement as High Court Enforcement Agents.

Our Agents will collect the money owed under your judgment, plus your court costs, the £66 administration fee and all applicable enforcement fees, as these become payable by the debtor.

High court enforcement vs County Court Bailiffs

Dukes' High Court enforcement service is a fast, effective alternative to the over-stretched County Court Bailiffs. We’re able to act faster, achieve higher collection rates and offer more transparency than a County Court Bailiff; ensuring you receive the monies that you’re owed without unnecessary delay.

To find out more about why you should consider Dukes' High Court Enforcement service over the County Court Bailiffs, click here.

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