Enforcement Proceedings

You may wish to start enforcement proceedings if a defendant has failed to pay a judgment entered against them. Proceedings can start as soon as a judgment is obtained, although most people usually wait 14 days to allow time to receive payment.

If it is paid within 14 days, the judgment will not remain on their credit record.

If payment is not received, an application can be made to the court that the defendant attends questioning. If they do not attend then they will be in contempt of court and may face a prison sentence. This process is time consuming and costly so we can explain all your options fully from the start to try and recover your debt without costing too much in the process.

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