You will. The High Court Enforcement Officer’s fees will be added to the amount you already owe. They will be collected by the Shergroup High Court Enforcement Agent at the same time as the judgment and the interest on it.
The fees charged are set out in The Taking Control of Goods (Fees) Regulations 2014 (http://www.legislation.gov.uk/).
These Regulations, approved by Parliament, set out the fees that can be charged by enforcement agents and reflect the amount of work that High Court Enforcement Officers have to do to collect payment. If, for example, a Shergroup High Court Enforcement Agent has to take action to secure the goods at your address or remove goods for sale, the fees you have to pay will increase accordingly. The sooner you pay the judgment and the High Court Enforcement Officer’s fees, the less the total fees and interest will be.
If you want to know more about how fees are calculated, you should ring the Shergroup Debtor Services Team on 0845 890 9205 and ask to be given a breakdown of fees added to your judgment.
If you do not agree the fees charged, you can apply to the court for the fees to be reviewed. However, you must carefully consider the amount of costs that could be awarded against you if the court decides the fees charged are reasonable and fair. It will be better to pay the Shergroup High Court Enforcement Agent as soon as possible in full to prevent unnecessary fees being charged.