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Hi All, I have been helping my sister with her bank charges and we have issued proceedings against Barclays. She has three claims in total, 2 of which have been defended no supprise there !! But the biggest one for £2.5K we have judgement on so question is what do i do to enforce it asap as i dont want them to realise their stupid mistake.

 

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Hi Stacey K!

 

Well done! Stacey as you have judgement you can send in the Bailiffs within 7 days.

 

Is it a default judgement Stacey??

 

If so, when did you gain judgement? Reason for asking!

 

I would send in a High Court Enforcement Officer and not use the County Court Bailiffs. You can do this by transferring the judgement to the High court for Enforcement and it gaurantees a result faster and they have more determination to collect.

 

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Hi

 

Thanks for the info, the Judgment was in default and the date of it is 11th April 07 so they have had more than enough time.

 

Have researched it and also came to the same conclusion of going for a high court enforcement writ.

 

Thanks ever so much for the help, so pleasing to get one over on such a huge organsiation !!!

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Exactly!

 

A High Court Writ gives many more powers to collect on your behalf and is a much better way to enforce to get your money.

 

If you won by default on the 11th, just be aware that they have 14 days to apply to the court for the matter to be set aside. So I would wait just a little bit longer!

 

If you alert them too early, they may file but after the 14 days you are pretty assured that your choice to have the judgement transferred to the High Court a faster result.

 

Just in case - the link for reading about default judgement is here

 

PART 12 - DEFAULT JUDGMENT

 

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