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Things are gathering pace at High Court Writ Recovery. We are constantly striving to enhance our cybersecurity measures and ensure the utmost protection for our clients’ and suppliers’ data. As part of this commitment, we have been implementing the necessary measures to meet the Cyber Essentials accreditations. This month we are pleased to announce that we have achieved Cyber Essentials Plus certification. The Cyber Essentials Plus Certification is the highest level of accreditation and is awarded by means of an independent assessment of the business security controls and processes.
By obtaining this certification, we not only validate our ongoing commitment to cybersecurity but also provide our clients with peace of mind. We understand that trust is essential when it comes to handling personal data, and we take this responsibility seriously.
Daren Simcox, High Court Writ Recovery’s CEO, says “As a relatively new company, it was very important for us to achieve Cyber Essentials Plus certification. Achieving the certification is a testament to the hard work and dedication of our support teams behind the scenes. It showcases our commitment to ensuring that personal data remains safe and secure within our systems. At High Court Writ Recovery, we will continue to prioritise data protection and security as we strive for excellence in all aspects of our operations. Once again, a special thanks to our accreditation consultant Russ Poulter who helped us reach this milestone”.
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High Court Writ Recovery Services:
High Court Writ Recovery provide the following services for their clients:
Recovering money & property via High Court Enforcement
- Transfer Up of County Court Judgments (CCJs) over £600
- Combined Writ of Control (Money Order) & Possession
- Employment Tribunal Awards / ACAS Settlements
Commercial rent arrears recovery, non-rent arrears & property via Civil Enforcement.
- Commercial Rent Arrears Recovery (CRAR),
- Commercial Service Charge & Insurance Arrears
- Forfeiture of Lease
- Eviction of Trespassers from Property & Land