The fees related to Writs of Possession are laid out in law by parliament in the 2004 High Court Enforcement Officer Regulations.

They are paid for by the claimant rather than debtor and are typically based on a specified and agreed hourly rate.

If you are a claimant looking to evict someone from your property you should discuss the fees with your chosen High Court Enforcement Officer for the support you need.

VAT is added to all qualifying fees at the appropriate rate.

Want to know more?

Check out our FAQs on fees and charges or look at the gov.uk which gives independent advice on dealing with Enforcement Agents.

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.

The Association has developed a best practice Covid-19 plan.

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