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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.

Remember remember 5th November 2015 – keep London properties secure!

03 November, 20150 Comments
‘The Million Mask March’, the world’s largest protest by the most influential group in the world – apparently. That’s how “hacktivists” Anonymous have not-so-modestly positioned their campaign anyway! Anonymous Anonymous is a self-styled international network of “hacktivists” and anti-establishment protesters, who, according to the Telegraph, are linked to cyber-attacks against governments and corporations. They are
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Assured Shorthold Tenancies and the Deregulation Act 2015

15 October, 20150 Comments
A summary of the changes to ASTs (‘assured shorthold tenancies’). With the new Deregulation Act 2015 some important changes are came into force on 1st October 2015 regarding section 21 notices, and landlords’ further responsibility to tenants. The rules really affect ASTs that begin on or after 1st October
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CRAR – what needs changing?

01 October, 20150 Comments
In July, the British Property Federation reviewed Commercial Rent Arrears Recovery and the changes it would like the Ministry of Justice to consider. The Sheriffs Office comments on BPF's recommendations and adds their
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