Judges Demand

£6,450.00 Recovered for Commercial Leasing Client via our High Court Enforcement Officers

Published On: 13th January 2016

We can report that we have successfully recovered £6,450.00 from a Limited company on behalf of our Client, a Commercial Leasing Company.

The debtor contacted our office and agreed to repay the balance on a weekly basis which was accepted by our Client.

However, the debtor defaulted on this agreement and continued to make promises of payment but no further payments were received.

We were instructed to proceed with County Court Proceeding with a view to enforce the Judgment via HCEO as we were aware of assets registered to the company, the company replied to the claim form with an offer of repayment which was accepted by our Client.

However, the debtor missed the first payment which was the final straw for our Client and refused to accept anymore payment plans.

We instructed our expert HCEO (High Court Enforcement Officers) to attend the debtors property. Upon attendance the HCEO noted over 8 vehicles with the companies logo on which were also registered to the company.

The HCEO discussed the matter with the debtor and outlined that if payment is not made then the vehicles will be seized, the debtor claimed to have no money to pay.

The HCEO contacted a towing company to remove the vehicles. The tow truck arrived but before the vehicles were removed the debtor made payment by debit card.