Covid-19 Information for Clients

Throughout the pandemic, we have been committed to the health and safety of our staff, clients and the wider public. This continues to be the case, and we are continuing to follow the guidelines and measures listed here.

Enforcement Agent Visits Suspended

Since the announcement from Boris Johnson on Monday 23rd March, all visits by our Enforcement Agents were temporarily suspended. We have been closely following the developing guidance from the Government, reviewing things whenever necessary.

As soon as further developments occur, and when the latest guidance is released, we will be allowed to reinstate visits from Enforcement Agents. As and when this becomes relevant, we will provide the necessary updates.

New Instructions

Throughout the pandemic, we have continued to receive a high volume of new instructions from clients, and we have continued to make the necessary applications to the courts for writs of control. Notices of Enforcement have still been issued upon receipt of writs back from court.

Using telephone calls, email and SMS communication, we are continuing to encourage remote payment, with debtors being directed to our website.

Ongoing Cases

In the event that we have visited a debtor, at either the first or second enforcement stage, we have continued to try and contact debtors, encouraging them to stay in touch and to make payment arrangements. Cases which are currently in payment arrangement are still being monitored, and we are notifying our clients of remittances.

Contacting us

You can still contact Court Enforcement Specialists via the usual channels, and we are working hard to respond to phone calls and emails as swiftly as possible.

Thank you for your understanding and patience during this time.


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