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Hi guys, I hope some of you find the following info helpful. If you have any questions, please let me know. Mark Many Landlords believe that when they have obtained a Possession Order via the County Court the only option is to wait for the County Court Bailiff (CCB) to enforce it and evict the occupants, which can take weeks and in some cases months, depending on how busy the Court Bailiffs are. This is incorrect as Landlords may be able to transfer the Order to the High Court for Enforcement using a High Court Enforcement Officer (HCEO). The biggest advantage of using a High Cour
Hi I am in the process of trying to evict my tenants. They were served a sect21 back in April last year but have made no effort to move stating various excuses and are now trying to get a council property. I am attempting to deal with this myself through the court and have completed a N5B and N215. I have been advised that the bailiffs have a considerable backlog and to include a paragraph asking for it to be transferred up to the high court enforcement immediately to expedite matters. a) Does anyone have any advice regarding this process? b)Will a judge take any notice of an attached