Whilst so many businesses offer you bargains and cut price deals it is always important to remember because you paid less you have any less responsibility especially when it comes to enforcement.
Changes to pre-litigation procedures that will affect all businesses and the way they will be required to deal with individuals and sole traders for court proceedings. The Right Honourable Sir Terence Etherington Master of the Roll and Head of Civil Justice in England and Wales announced new protocols for litigation with the hope that cases […]
Landlords have a right under Section 72 , Schedule 12 (taking control of goods) of the Tribunals Courts & Enforcements Act 2007 to recover rent payable under the lease from the tenant, without needing to go to court. Only for rent and only with a valid lease Commercial Rent Arrears Recovery (CRAR) and can only […]
Many landlords are now pulling out of the LHA market, mainly out of fear of rent arrears as Universal Credit continues to roll out. One of the big questions that landlords ask all the time “Why can tenants just spend the money given to them to pay their rent from public funds – this is […]
Applications for transfers for enforcement of possession orders to the High Court Section 42 of the County Courts Act 1984 makes provision for a judge to give permission for the transfer up of judgments and orders from the County Court to the High Court for enforcement.