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Rule
of law

Why use High Court enforcement?

By transferring County Court Judgments (CCJs) up for enforcement as a High Court Writ, you will have access to the fastest and most effective form of enforcement available in England and Wales.

High Court Enforcement Officers (HCEOs) have more extensive powers of entry and removal than County Court bailiffs. As such, we can deliver results that outperform typical returns from cases dealt with through the County Courts.

The Equita HCE Transfer-Up service is free of charge enabling you to transfer unregulated CCJs (less than six years old and over £600) to the High Court as quickly and as efficiently as possible.

Once we have received the Writ, you can rely on us to handle the process professionally, efficiently and sensitively.

What next?

You can instruct us by calling 01604 885596 or emailing equitahighcourt@equita.co.uk

Accreditations

Equita has been awarded the following industry standards and accreditations.

  • Credit Services Association (CSA)
  • British Parking Association (BPA)
  • Civil Enforcement Association (CIVEA)
  • City & Guilds Accredited
  • Civil Court Users Association (CCUA)
  • High Court Enforcement Officers Association
  • IRRV Organisational Member
  • British Parking Awards 2018 Finalist