Judges Demand

£4,600.00 Recovered following Seizure of Vehicle and Antiques

Published On: 25th June 2014

We can report that we have successfully recovered just under £4,600.00 from a private individual on behalf of a local Builder in relation to products and services supplied by our Client.

We made direct contact with the debtor and supplied them with full evidence of the claim and outlined our Clients intentions to pursue this matter further if necessary, after some telephone negotiation the debtor agreed to pay the balance in full the following week however, the debtor failed to make this payment as agreed and then ignored all correspondence.

Our Client was aware of assets such as Antiques and Vehicles that the debtor held and therefore instructed us to proceed with County Court Proceedings with a view to enforce the Judgment via HCEO if the debtor failed to respond. County Court Proceedings were issued against the debtor and due to the debtor failing to respond to the claim a County Court Judgment (CCJ) was awarded in our Clients favour.

We instructed our High Court Enforcement Officers (HCEO) to attend the debtors property. Upon attendance a Vehicle registered to the debtor and some Antiques were seized to the value of the debt. Notice was given to the debtor that unless they can provide full payment within 14 days the assets would be sold at auction. The debtor failed to make contact or make payment and these good were sold in order to pay the Judgment.

Our Client is extremely pleased with the outcome and payment has been transferred to there account.