Have you obtained a County Court Judgment (CCJ) that exceeds £600 (including court costs)? If so, this is eligible to be transferred to a High Court Writ on your behalf by using our team of High Court Enforcement experts.
We can transfer-up your County Court Judgment (CCJ) and issue a High Court Writ if:
- You have not received the payments as required by the Court on the CCJ
- The value of the CCJ is over £600
- The debt relating to the CCJ is not regulated by the Consumer Credit Act
- The judgment is less than 6 years old
We arrange FREE transfer-up services for clients with judgments awarded in a County Court that require transfer-up for enforcement to the High Court.
The High Court Enforcement process for County Court Judgments (CCJs) can then begin once the judgment has been transferred-up to the High Court for enforcement.
Transfer-up for High Court Enforcement
County Court Judgments (CCJs) that have been issued in a County Court will need to be transferred-up to the High Court for enforcement. Judgments that originate in the High Court can usually be authorised for High Court enforcement more quickly. We can assist with this process.
- If you wish for Equivo to manage the whole transfer-up process, we will process a required Form N293A and obtain the Writ of Control as a full service.
- If you already have the Form N239A approved by the County Court for transfer-up, we can complete the remaining stages of the process.
Ready to transfer-up your CCJ for High Court Enforcement? Find out more on the process to reclaiming your money back.
How much does it cost to transfer-up a CCJ to a High Court Writ?
A court fee of £71.00 is payable. This will be added to the amount owed by the debtor and recovered after a successful enforcement is carried out. We provide the transfer-up service without charge.
Please note, there is a compliance fee of £90.00 if we are unsuccessful in our attempts to recover your debt.
Why choose Equivo to enforce a CCJ or money judgment?
- FREE full or part transfer-up service
- Excellent collection rate
- Fast turnaround time
- Enforcement costs payable by the debtor
- Court fees recoverable from the debtor
- Reclaim what is rightfully owed to you
High Court Enforcement Officers vs County Court Bailiffs
When enforcing County Court Judgments, High Court Enforcement Officers (HCEOs) have a much higher collection rate compared to County Court Bailiffs.
Given the considerable greater powers of an HCEO, Equivo are able to apply for, and enforce, a Writ of Control which allows us to trace, contact and visit a debtor to take control of any assets in order to repay the judgment debt.