A High Court Writ is a way of transferring a County Court judgment to the High Court, so that monies due as a result of the judgment can be paid to a creditor. When a County Court judgment is obtained, the debtor should usually pay within 14 days. If they do not, it is possible to apply to the High Court for a Writ of Control, which enables High Court enforcement officers to seize goods to be sold so the debt can be repaid.
Our High court writs solicitors can advise on transferring up a County Court judgment to the High Court so that the judgment can be enforced. A High Court writ can be used to recover debt or enforce a County Court judgment in a wide range of circumstances, including enforcing judgments for commercial rent arrears and recovery of employment tribunal awards. It is also possible to apply for a High Court writ in cases of eviction and repossession of a commercial or residential property.
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