Transfer your County Court Judgment to The High Court for enforcement

Online Instruction Form

Supporting documents required

Please provide a copy of the County Court Judgment.

If you don’t have the County Court Judgment, please provide a copy of your claim form, the date the judgment was issued, and copy of the request for judgment.

  • Scan the document saving it as a pdf, or
  • Take a photo of the document and save as an image.

The document can be sent to us in two ways:

  • Upload when you complete the form.
  • After completing the form send an email to sales@qualitybailiffs.co.uk with the document attached.

Fees

There are two fees that you pay at the time of instruction. The fees are recovered from the defendant when collection of the judgment is successful and refunded to you.

  • Court fee to transfer up to the High Court - £66
  • Compliance fee - £90 (£75 + vat)
  • Total fee £156

To pay the fee: Make a bank transfer into our client account.

  • account name: Enforcement Bailiffs Ltd
  • sort code: 20-25-29
  • account number: 03720780
  • reference: claimant’s name

Or, send a cheque to Quality Bailiffs.

  • Make cheque payable to Enforcement Bailiffs Ltd
  • Write on back of cheque, reference: claimant’s name
  • Send to: Quality Bailiffs, PO Box 309, Darlington, DL1 9NX

Solicitors and approved credit account customers pay £66 court fee at the time of instruction, and undertake to pay the £75 + vat compliance fee on receipt of invoice in the event that collection is not successful.

These details are shown again after you submit the form.

Submitting the form

When the form has been successfully received you will be automatically re-directed to an acknowledgment page where the document and fees information is shown again.

 

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