High Court Enforcement Officers are men and women who are authorised personally by the Lord Chancellor or his designated person pursuant to paragraph 2 (1) of Schedule 7 of the Courts Act 2003 and Regulation 6 of the High Court Enforcement Officers Regulations 2004m to execute judgments and orders of the High and County Court of England and Wales.
On this page, you will find details of the Courts Act 2003, and High Court Enforcement Officers Regulations 2004, together with our Code of Practice to which all Authorised Officers abide.
Goverment Response to Consultation Paper
Today saw the long awaited Goverment Response to the Consulation Paper that took place back in May 2012 onRead More >>
High Court Enforcement Officers Association Celebrates its 125th Anniversary
by Martin Leyshon Chair of the HCEOARead More >>