Our members can help you recover your house or land under an Order for Possession by evicting someone if they are occupying your property.

Instructing a High Court Enforcement Officer is easy.

Just choose the option that applies to you:

  1. I have a County Court Order for Possession
  2. I have a High Court Order for Possession
  3. I don’t have an Order for Possession. If you don’t have an Order for Possession then you need to get one from a court. You can do that online through the HM Courts and Tribunals Possession Claim Online service.

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Latest News

HCEOA calls on new government ministers to act on enforcement funding after 4 July as election campaign hots up

HCEOA calls on new government ministers to act on enforcement funding after 4 July as election campaign hots up

The High Court Enforcement Officers Association (HCEOA) is calling on incoming government ministers to ensure the enforcement system in England and Wales is properly funded so that it remains fair... Read more
‘Fair and effective enforcement’ has strong support from the public

‘Fair and effective enforcement’ has strong support from the public

In its first ever public perception research, the High Court Enforcement Officers Association (HCEOA) found there is strong support from the general public for a fair and effective enforcement... Read more
High Court Enforcement Officers Association shares expertise at Viet Nam conference on asset recovery and enforcement efficiency

High Court Enforcement Officers Association shares expertise at Viet Nam conference on asset recovery and enforcement efficiency

Delegates from the High Court Enforcement Officers Association (HCEOA) were invited to Viet Nam to share their expertise as key speakers in a conference on enforcement. Read more

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