Utilities CCJ Transfer Up to High Court Enforcement?
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High Court Writ Recovery’s experienced team understand the Utilities sector. Our principals are pioneers, who introduced a new generation of effective and transparent recovery solutions.

  • CCJ £600 & Above
  • Free* Transfer Up CCJ
  • Dedicated Client Service
  • Client-Customer Relationship
  • CCJ not older than 6 years
  • Transparent & Accountable
  • Vulnerable Customers
  • Local Enforcement Agents

Why Our Utilities CCJ Transfer Up to High Court Enforcement Specialists?

Our team members have set the standard to ensure accountability and excellent customer services.

We are well-versed in processing Utilities CCJs (£600 and above) to transfer up to High Court enforcement. Ever mindful of the client-customer relationship, High Court Writ Recovery will always follow a respectful approach with customers.

Our Enforcement Agents are knowledgeable. They are trained to identify vulnerable customers and notify support staff and the Utility client.

Transfer Up CCJ to High Court Enforcement Process: Explained

How to Instruct Us Online

  1. Have all the relevant documents & information to hand.
  2. Ensure you have scanned & saved a copy of the County Court Judgment.
  3. Complete the Online Transfer Up Form (a sample form can be viewed).
  4. Upload the scanned CCJ when prompted.
  5. Read the Terms & Conditions & E-signature.
  6. Tick box to confirm your agreement.
  7. Review each section carefully.
  8. Sign with mouse and click on Submit button.

Instruct our Authorised High Court Enforcement Officer (HCEO) to act on your behalf.

What Happens Next? At a Glance.

  1. You will receive a copy of the completed form by email.
  2. Please print this off and keep for your records.
  3. Call Us to Pay the Court Fee £78+VAT by Debit/Credit Card.
  4. Enforcement Notice is sent to the debtor.
  5. The debtor has 7 clear days* to comply to pay in full or agree payment plan. (*Excludes the day of posting, Sundays & Bank Holidays.)
  6. When the compliance period has expired, the Enforcement Agent will attempt to visit Debtor to Collect.
  7. If no immediate full payment or payment plan is agreed, then the Enforcement Agent will take control of goods to meet the value of the debt. The Agent will also give the debtor a payment deadline.
  8. Non-payment is rare. As a last resort, the debtor’s goods may be removed and sold at public auction.