13:32 PM, 4th January 2016, About 6 years ago 19
We have two CCJs issued against two ex-tennants. One is something of a ‘straw man’ so we have not pursued it. However the second individual owns a house outright (after inheriting money) and an expensive car.
We have tried all the methods offered by the courts to recover the money but have not been successful. – nb: we have not yet put a charging order on the house as it seems a very long-term solution.
We have previously used a firm of enforcement offices but they have failed to recover the money owed.
Do we have any options except the charging order? A personal reason that pushes me to pursue is particularly abusive behaviour by the ex-tennant towards us and our families.
Any advice welcome
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