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17:01 PM, 27th February 2019
About A year ago

Urgent action required - MoJ Enforcement of Possession orders consultation

Reply to the comment left by Alfington at 27/02/2019 - 15:57
Alfington, just to explain part of that question, I recall legal argument that addressing the possession order to the tenant(s) only prevented the enforcement agents from removing other occupants from within the property concerned.... Read More

Brightfull Limited

15:57 PM, 27th February 2019
About A year ago

Urgent action required - MoJ Enforcement of Possession orders consultation

Reply to the comment left by DALE ROBERTS at 27/02/2019 - 15:40
Sue, that is a ridiculous statement by the judge but one that I have seen many times.

I am a firm believer that the County Court Bailiffs are not fit for purpose and that they should be disbanded. Many could easily be employed by the private sector if their enforcement work was put to them.... Read More

Brightfull Limited

15:55 PM, 27th February 2019
About A year ago

Urgent action required - MoJ Enforcement of Possession orders consultation

Reply to the comment left by John Frith at 27/02/2019 - 15:51
It is more to do with a legal understanding of dealing with the county court judgment and the proceedings and laws surrounding them.

Again, not my argument but one that has been put forward many times before.... Read More

Brightfull Limited

15:22 PM, 27th February 2019
About A year ago

Urgent action required - MoJ Enforcement of Possession orders consultation

Reply to the comment left by Larry Sweeney at 27/02/2019 - 14:23
The main issue is that the "authorised" High Court Enforcement Officers (HCEOs), of which there are very few, very rarely do any of the 'on the road' enforcement themselves. They use the usual certificated enforcement agents that as you state already undertake several areas of enforcement.

However I must state that HCEOs themselves, albeit some were 'grandfathered' in many years ago, now have to go through a significant educational pathway before being 'authorised' by the Senior Master at the HCEO Association's (HCEOA) recommendation. They then delegate this authority to the certificated enforcement agents (CEA) who whilst undertaking the Taking Control of Goods Level 2 exam, do not go through the same level of education/training.

I'm not saying this is right, it is however, how the current system works.

It will be interesting to see whether the government take on board the issues that are clear and apparent to Landlords and allow CEA's to undertake the enforcement of possession orders without the authority of an HCEO.... Read More

Brightfull Limited

11:16 AM, 27th February 2019
About A year ago

Urgent action required - MoJ Enforcement of Possession orders consultation

Reply to the comment left by John Frith at 26/02/2019 - 16:07Hi John, technically there weren't arguments to allow High Court Bailiffs (HCEOs) to enforce possession orders it's just that 'normal' certificated enforcement agents can't enforce county court (or High Court) judgments without working under the authority of an HCEO
This has been a long standing argument for many years and one that is clearly set to be ignited again given the consultation.... Read More