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Hi thank you for your message, your quickest course is to ask bailiffs to collect the money, the bailiff will ask for payment within 7 days. If the debt is not paid, the bailiff will visit the debtor’s home or business to see if anything can be sold to pay the debt. You can apply to either a county court or the High Court if you’re owed between £600 and £5,000 as in this case. How you apply to the court depends on how you made your claim. If you claimed online and your reference number has an MC in it download and fill in either: form N323 - to apply at a county court (you must be owed £5,000 or less) or form N293A - to apply at the High Court (you must be owed at least £600)
Otherwise, enforce a judgment using Money Claim Online. If you applied on paper it is the same forms but the money claim online option is not available. Form N323 is available here: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/form-n323-request-for-warrant-of-control
Form N923A is available here: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/form-n293a-combined-certificate-of-judgment-and-request-for-writ-of-fieri-facias-or-writ-of-possession
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Hi thank you for your message, I note you have given me a negative rating despite what I have advised being correct. It would therefore be helpful if you raised queries before giving me a negative rating owing to a lack of understanding. Addressing your points in turn, they may be threatening to challenge the judgement but until they have done it is still enforceable and in any event they might not be successful. A threat to challenge does not mean they will actually do it and they are likely out of time to do so anyway. They cannot sue you based on what they have said, you are entitled to the money and therefore to collect on the debt, therefore, you should not be intimidated by their threats and collect on the debt in the manner described above. You mentioned sending it bailiffs wont help if they set aside but the fact is they haven't got it set aside. I hope this clarifies matters and would appreciate if you could now rate me in accordance with the correct advice I have given, if you have queries just ask.