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Why Use High Court Enforcement in the UK?

If you’re a creditor in the UK who obtained a judgment against the other this will be in the form of a CCJ or County Court Judgment. Having the judgment from the court in hand means that the court has decided that the debtor must pay you the amount of money owed to you. However, if you don’t see the money coming even after the court order then you have every right to enforce the judgment.

What you want is not the judgment from the court, you want your money. To turn your CCJ into cash you will have to go down the enforcement route. But enforcement is not an automatic process, the courts won’t enforce the judgment on its own for you, you have to ask the court for it.

What is the High Court?

In England and Wales, creditors can obtain a claim for money that you owe within either the County Court or the High Court. Most creditors will drive action against you in the County Court.

High Court procedures, from the matter of the claim to the court making a judgment, are the same as in the County Court. However, there are important differences between enforcement procedures in the two courts.

Is Your CCJ Over £600?

If you have a County Court Judgment from any court in England and Wales, which is less than 6 years old and is over £600, it is eligible to be transferred to a High Court Writ on your behalf by using Shergroup’s team of High Court Enforcement experts. We charge a one-time fee of £161 to process your judgment and you will recoup all this amount if your debtor pays up. You can simply go to our website and transfer your judgment using our hub |

We can transfer up your County Court Judgment (CCJ) and issue a High Court Writ if:

  • You have not received the payments as required by the Court on the CCJ
  • The value of the CCJ is over £600
  • The debt relating to the CCJ is not regulated by the Consumer Credit Act
  • The judgment is less than 6 years old

Is Your CCJ Under £600?

If your County Court Judgment is under £600 or is based on a regulated credit agreement, then you can use our NO COLLECT NO FEE service as an alternative to using a County Court Bailiff to collect your judgment using our expert collection team – again you can upload your judgment and pay nothing to get started at



To transfer the County Court judgment up to High Court typically takes between 24 and 48 hours but this will depend on the County Court and it could take longer.

Why Use High Court Enforcement?

You will have access to the fastest and most effective mode of enforcement possible in England and Wales by transferring County Court Judgments (CCJs) up for enforcement as a High Court Writ.

County Court bailiffs do not have the same entry and removal authority as High Court Enforcement Officers (HCEOs). As a result, HCEOs can provide results that far outperform those obtained through the County Courts.

The Shergroup Transfer-Up service is a free service that allows you to transfer unregulated CCJs (less than six years old and worth more than £600) to the High Court as fast and efficiently as feasible.

You may count on us to handle the process professionally, swiftly, and sympathetically after we receive the Writ.

Why transfer a CCJ to the High Court?

Transferring up a County Court Judgments (CCJs) to authorise High Court Enforcement, has many benefits over the regular County Court program. We hope our TV show “Call The Bailiffs”, shows the advantages of transferring your judgment to a proactive and expert team of enforcement professionals.

You can see the personalities of the agents and the support from Claire Sandbrook and the Shergroup team. Our entire process is designed to deliver an efficient and effective enforcement service, whilst at the same time working to the clear letter of the law, and the standards which are expected of us.

Above all after your initial investment of a one-time fee, all the fees of the High Court enforcement process are added on to what the debtor must pay. There are no hidden charges for you to pay, and no further invoices will be sent. It’s £161 all in and upfront.

Do You Hold a CCJ Waiting to Be Enforced?

If you have a County Court judgment from any court in England and Wales, which is less than 6 years old and would like to quickly recover the money owed, then, Shergroup Enforcement has a solution for you – You can either |

  • Use our High Court Enforcement Agents acting under the authority of an appointed High Court Enforcement Officer (Aka Bailiff) to recover your money or,
  • You can use our field agent teams covering the UK for any judgment which cannot be enforced in the High Court

When it comes to collecting money from people who don’t want to pay until compelled to do so there is no better friend to business than Shergroup. Check out our transfer up a solution by going to this page on our website –

To use our High Court Enforcement solution all you have to do is |

  • Visit –
  • Pay our standard fee is subject to our terms and conditions and covers the court fee due on sealing a Writ of Control, and the standard compliance fee
  • Upload the Judgment paperwork you have for the person you want to enforce against including any background information about their assets or address
  • Fill in your full details including your name, email, and contact number
  • Our fulfilment team will then pick up your purchase and process your order just as they always have.

You can call our friendly business solutions advisors team and they will give you a no-obligation assessment of your enforcement options and a personalized enforcement strategy. Talk to us even if you’ve tried to enforce a judgment in County Court or with another HCEO and haven’t gotten the results you sought. We might have a different point of view or a different enforcement method to provide.

Summing -up

By using Shergroup’s expert enforcement team you will get to work with the enforcement agents you can see on “Call the Bailiffs”. You will be assigned an expert business solutions advisor who is part of the team and who looks after your judgment to get you the best outcome possible.

So, if you have obtained a County Court Judgment CCJ in England and Wales over the amount of £600,

don’t sit on a judgment you need to be enforced. If there’s anything you’d want to discuss before handing over the case to us, we’d be happy to assist you. We are here to help you get your situation resolved. You can also use our free and no-obligation reviews to check the options open to you.

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Last updated | 19 July 2023

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