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High Court Enforcement Group helps landlords to quickly and efficiently evict tenants to regain possession of their property, as well as recover rent arrears. We are the largest independent enforcement company in England and Wales, providing a comprehensive range of recovery solutions for solicitors, businesses and individuals, in addition to our possession services for landlords. High Court Enforcement Group helps landlords to quickly and efficiently evict tenants with the minimum possible stress. We are the largest independent enforcement company in England and Wales, providing national coverage with a comprehensive range of recovery solutions, including rent arrears. We have a full understanding of the process, and assisted by our legal team, we deliver back what is rightfully yours. It is important that you get it right, so contact our team today to get the assistance you need. http://www.hcegroup.co.uk/

Website: http://www.hcegroup.co.uk/

CRAR – COMMERCIAL RENT ARREARS RECOVERY

24 April, 20170 Comments
CRAR was introduced as part of the Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act 2007 Part 3 and the Taking Control of Goods Regulations 2013, both of which came into effect in April 2014. Whilst this did add some constraints that were not in place under the previous Common Law regime of distress for rent, CRAR remains
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Where to turn when reliable renters become troublesome tenants

23 March, 20170 Comments
If you’re not familiar with the song ‘Murphy Owes Me Rent’ by Frank Harding (and why would you be, it’s from 1890), as a landlord, it is worth checking out. It tells the story of a well-respected landlord who owns several properties. In one of them lives Murphy, who hasn’t paid his rent for “many
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Torts on goods left behind during forfeiture

27 February, 20170 Comments
A landlord may forfeit a commercial lease when the tenant is in arrears with the rent (usually by 21 days or more) under Common Law. The lease will be forfeited by the peaceable re-entry of the premises, normally undertaken by certificated enforcement agents. This article will consider what rights and duties the landlord has with
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Eviction of trespassers – hazards and health and safety

23 January, 20170 Comments
We recently covered the use of the High Court writ of possession to remove trespassers (“persons unknown”). In this article, we look at the actual eviction – the preparation and the execution of the writ. Trespassers may include squatters on commercial property or land (squatting in residential property was made a criminal offence in September 2012), travelers
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Tenant eviction eBook

04 January, 20170 Comments
Following on from our recent residential tenant eviction webinar, we have developed a complimentary eBook, covering the up-to-date procedures and forms, for property solicitors, landlords and agents. Download your free copy: http://bit.ly/2fi6ecn We also had several questions from webinar participants and bring you the answers to these below in Q&A part one and Q&A part two.
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Quarter days and commercial rent arrears

12 December, 20160 Comments
In England and Wales, commercial rent is normally payable quarterly in advance. Traditionally these are known as “quarter days” and have been in use for centuries. The dates they fall on are – 25th March (Lady Day), 24th June (Midsummer Day), 29th September (Michaelmas) and 25th December (Christmas Day). Whilst many commercial landlords still use
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Writs of possession to evict persons unknown

28 November, 20160 Comments
A High Court writ of possession instructs the High Court Enforcement Officer (HCEO) to remove the persons from the land or property in question. A writ of possession may be against trespassers on land or in commercial property – squatters, activists or travellers for example – or tenants in residential or commercial property. This article
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Eviction of residential tenants Q&A – Part two

21 November, 20160 Comments
Our thanks to all those who attended our webinar in October. We had several questions from participants and bring you the second round of answers to these in part two of our Q&A. You can find part one here. If you have any other questions about evicting tenants under section 42 (s42) of the County
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Eviction of residential tenants Q&A – Part one

15 November, 20160 Comments
Our thanks to all those who attended our webinar in October. We had several questions from participants and bring you the answers to these below. If you have any other questions about evicting tenants under section 42 (s42) of the County Courts Act 1984, please do get in touch with us via email or give us a
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