Members of the High Court Enforcement Officers Association enjoy good working relationships with a number of key stakeholders both in government and the judiciary.


Ministry of Justice

Our guiding government department is the Ministry of Justice www.justice.gov.uk.

High Court Enforcement Officers work with policy officials to ensure compliance with our regulatory framework, and implementation of new policies.

Registry Trust Limited

In relation to the enforcement of money judgments the High Court Enforcement Officers Association has strong links with Registry Trust Limited who are the custodians of judgment information across England and Wales and indeed a wider geographical area.

Information about how to deal with a situation where a judgment is registered against a person can be found on their website at www.registry-trust.org.uk.

Civil Court Users Association 

Over many years the Association has also formed links with the Civil Court Users Association to ensure that professional enforcement of Civil Court Judgments is maintained and indeed built upon for the benefit of all Court users. The information about the Civil Court Users Association can be found at www.ccua.org.uk.

Chartered Institute of Credit Management

The High Court Enforcement Officers Association also associates itself with the Chartered Institute of Credit Management. The Institute of Credit Management is committed to driving forward excellence in the management of credit and has been chosen to support the Association's education system.  Its website can be visited at www.cicm.org.uk.

Money Advice Liaison Group (MALG)

The Association is a member of the Money Advice Liaison Group (MALG), whose purpose is to galvanise organisations to ‘work together to improve the lives of people with problem debt’. You can find out more about MALG on its website at https://malg.org.uk/.

 
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High Court enforcement activity is being undertaken in an appropriate, flexible and sensitive manner that reflects the challenges we are all facing as a result of the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.

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