High Court Enforcement Officers Association welcomes the appointment of the first chair of the Enforcement Conduct Board
High Court Enforcement Officers Association welcomes VAT on fees clarity from Ministry of Justice
New survey and report shows court users calling for greater freedom of choice after huge County Court delays
High Court Enforcement Officers Association supports the creation of a new enforcement oversight body
HCEOA issues members with updated recommendation re: VAT on High Court enforcement fees
Government confirms residential evictions and enforcement at residential properties in England to resume from 31 May
HCEOA welcomes new Chair and Board members
HCEOA welcomes new government Breathing Space initiative
HCEOA recommends all members introduce regular lateral flow Covid tests for enforcement agents
HCEOA supports updated eviction legislation

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High Court Enforcement Officers Association welcomes the appointment of the first chair of the Enforcement Conduct Board

High Court Enforcement Officers Association welcomes the appointment of the first chair of the Enforcement Conduct Board

The High Court Enforcement Officers Association (HCEOA) welcomes the appointment of the first chair of the Enforcement Conduct Board (the Board), Catherine Brown, the former Chief Executive of the... Read more
High Court Enforcement Officers Association welcomes VAT on fees clarity from Ministry of Justice

High Court Enforcement Officers Association welcomes VAT on fees clarity from Ministry of Justice

The High Court Enforcement Officers Association (HCEOA) has welcomed this week’s publication of a new Ministry of Justice guidance document entitled VAT on High Court Enforcement Officer... Read more
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

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