If you are unable to pay the judgment in full, the High Court Enforcement Officer will still need to attend your address to take control of goods pending full payment being made.
The High Court Enforcement Officer has a duty to enforce any Writ issued in his or her name. That duty is carried out by taking legal control of goods in the absence of full payment. By attending at your address, the High Court Enforcement Officer fulfils this duty and can claim priority against any other enforcement agent who may also be instructed to attend your address to take legal control of goods.
At the time of this attendance a Shergroup High Court Enforcement Agent will make a full report as to your situation, note the goods available at your address and make enquiries as to ownership. We would encourage you to co-operate with the agent and to seek independent advice if you are concerned that this may happen to you.