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Our commercial team in Lincoln, Hull, Market Rasen and Grimsby prides itself on its sound business sense, commercial insight, local knowledge and first class understanding of the relevant legal disciplines ranging from employment law, business contracts, dispute resolution to agriculture and property development. From company formation to sale, succession, dissolution or dispute resolution, you can trust our team to deliver first class service and results.
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Enforcement for Debt Recovery

If a court judgment (CCJ) is not paid, we can offer a range of effective enforcement options

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Enforcement

If a court judgment (CCJ) is not paid, we can offer a range of effective enforcement options, including:

  • Execution against goods. This is the instruction of an enforcement officer (or court bailiff) to seize and sell a debtor’s goods.
     
  • Charging order. This is a means of securing a judgment against land or other assets. The debt must then be paid or the charged asset may be sold. 
     
  • Third party debt order. This is where money owed to a debtor by a third party, such as a bank, can be frozen and seized.
     
  • Attachment of earnings. This involves deduction from a debtor's income at source.
     
  • Winding-up or bankruptcy proceedings.
     
  • An application for a debtor (or director of a debtor) to attend court for questioning about their assets and finances.

The most appropriate option will depend on several factors including the amount of the debt and the debtor’s circumstances. It may be necessary for further investigative work to be carried out at this stage.

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