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I have been to Court and got Judgement. The Order said I could

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I have been to Court and got Judgement. The Order said I could enter Judgement if I did not receive payment by 20th March 2015. I have not received it.
What can I do?
These are really tricky people
Should I appoint High Court Bailiffs, if so how and how long does it take
Should I issue a Statutory Demand based on the Judgement
Regards
Tony
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: Law
Expert:  Ash replied 2 years ago.
Alex Watts : Hello Tony my name is ***** ***** I will help you with this.
Alex Watts : Did you issue online or paper please?
Alex Watts : Have you actually been to court?
Customer:

yes I have been to court and got judgement

Customer:

I initially issued on line

Customer:

what I want to know is where or what can I do next

Alex Watts :

Ok, if the debt is over £600 then you can transfer it to the High Court.

Alex Watts :

This is a good option. There is a cost of £60 to transfer it but the bailiffs just turn up - they are much better than County Court ones.

Alex Watts :

If they own an asset such as a house, you can get a charge on that.

Alex Watts :

The application fee is £100 and you will need to register it at the land registry which is £50

Alex Watts :

But it secures the debt - this is also a very good option

Alex Watts :

Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?

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