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.

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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New survey and report shows court users calling for greater freedom of choice after huge County Court delays

New survey and report shows court users calling for greater freedom of choice after huge County Court delays

A new survey of court users has found that almost 99% support a greater freedom of choice – enabling them to use a High Court enforcement route – when recovering outstanding... Read more
High Court Enforcement Officers Association supports the creation of a new enforcement oversight body

High Court Enforcement Officers Association supports the creation of a new enforcement oversight body

The High Court Enforcement Officers Association is backing the creation of a new enforcement oversight body proposed by the Centre for Social Justice (CSJ). In a new report entitled... Read more
HCEOA issues members with updated recommendation re: VAT on High Court enforcement fees

HCEOA issues members with updated recommendation re: VAT on High Court enforcement fees

The High Court Enforcement Officers Association (HCEOA) has written to all members with an updated recommendation regarding the treatment of VAT on High Court enforcement fees, ahead of expected... Read more

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