What you need to do:
If you have obtained an Order for Possession in the High Court, you can simply send it to us and we will take immediate steps to enforce it.
If you have obtained it through the County Court under trespass we can transfer the action into the high court using the transfer process. This is the same procedure as our transfer up of a judgment and has the same court fee of £60.
Simply complete the online form and follow the process.
You issue the instruction to HCE Group by giving us the details of the property. You can do this online right now by simply filling in Transfer Up Request for Possession form. Just click on the link or the icon at the top of the page to go directly to the form.
Attach a copy of the Order from the court to the transfer form together with a cheque payable to ‘HMCTS’ for £60 and post them to our office. We will process the paperwork and issue it to court for sealing, we then complete the following steps.
You will be assigned an Enforcement Officer who will liaise with you regarding the finer details and advise you of an enforcement date.
Our Officer will serve the occupiers. A risk assessment will be taken and we will advise the Police of our actions and liaise with them where necessary.
We will re-attend the premises the following day to ensure the trespassers have left and secure the site.
Through your allocated Officer you are able to follow the process at each step, ensuring you are aware of the progress of your case.
The key factor is speed, we act swiftly upon instructions and our experienced Officers will quickly take control and hand back your property, keeping you advised along the way.
Remember we are here to help you so if you have any questions please do not hesitate to call.
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All instructions are given prompt attention and where practical, cases will be actioned within 24 hours. However, if you require an urgent visit, please feel free to contact our Bradford office directly on 01274 391929 to make immediate arrangements.
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Property If you hold keys and alarm codes please let us know.Land how many travellers are on the Land.
For processing, liaison with the Police, risk assessment and attendance and service of notice, we charge £150 plus VAT. Upon re-attendance, we charge £65/ hour per Officer, together with any contractor’s fees.
Property Yes, again if you hold keys and alarm codes please let us know.Land Yes, removal trucks will be arranged.
Property This makes thing easier as there will be no issue regarding peaceable entry. We still need to attend to search any buildings.Land Call our Office to prevent an attendance, reducing costs.
Property or Land No, we deal with the whole process; we just need to know where to drop the keys and if you require additional services to secure the site.
Property or Land We notify the Police of our intentions and confirm that the Landlord has recovered the premises. Should anything occur then they are aware.
Property It is criminal damage and has the Police have been advised, they should assist you in the complaint.Land If it is the same trespassers then we will re-attend, but this is very rare.
You can call any member of our team who will be able to answer your question; do not worry how silly it may be, we are here to help. Contact us
HCE Group 12 New John Street WestgateBradford BD1 2QZTel: 01274 391929/721711
C N Gaunt & Son was founded in 1874, operating as Sheriff's Officers and Certificated Bailiffs. During this time the firm had amassed a vast amount of experience in recovering money in the local Yorkshire Area.
With changes in regulations in 2004, C N Gaunt became a regional enforcement firm expanding into the North East of England.
With a greater demand to offer a national service, in February 2013 the firm became part of the High Court Enforcement Group Limited. C N Gaunt & Son now operate under the HCE Group banner.
HCE Group provides a NATIONAL range of recovery services for businesses, organisations and individuals. It also engages over matters such as employment tribunal awards, commercial writs of possession and traveller evictions, while also dealing with commercial landlord services, process serving, investigations, vehicle recovery, recovery of parking fines and unpaid council tax.