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A Court Enforcement Officer, also known as a Bailiff, is an Officer of the Court appointed to attempt to recover a debt on behalf of a party who has obtained a CCJ.

If a creditor has obtained a CCJ against a third party, they can pay a fee to instruct Bailiffs to attempt to recover goods to be sold to cover the CCJ (and bailiffs fee).

The bailiff will then visit the debtors premises and try to get payment from the debtor.

If they cannot seek satisfactory payment then they can remove goods to the value of the CCJ and take away the debtors assets.

David Kirk ACA FABRP

David Kirk

David Kirk is a Chartered Accountant and Licensed Insolvency Practitioner.
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