The Authorised High Court Enforcement Officers working in Sherbond are full members of the High Court Enforcement Officers Association.
As such we Please visit the Association's own website for more information about the work of HCEOs at www.hceoa.org.uk.
Sherbond is pleased to share via its website a variety of different resources on enforcement for the benefit of visitors to its website. These resources include:
As HCEOs our guiding government department is the Ministry of Justice ( www.justice.gov.uk ). Sherbond, through its Authorised Officers enjoys a good working relationship with policy officials to ensure compliance with our regulatory framework (see “Our Regulations”).
For background information on the current enforcement regime in England and Wales we would direct visitors to:
The White Paper on “Effective Enforcement” published in 2003 but which still contains the published policy of Government in relation to enforcement services within England and Wales
Judicial Statistics – published each year and which shows the use of enforcement methods across England and Wales
The Civil Procedure Rules – Schedules 1 and 2 which set out the High Court Rules and County Court Rules in relation to enforcement in England and Wales
The Tribunals Courts and Enforcement Act 2007 which is the leading statute on enforcement in Parts 3,4,5 and 7 but which still needs to be fully implemented
As the developers of the NICESheriffs system, Sherbond Authorised Officers also have strong links with the work of Registry Trust, an organisation we fully support and where all judgments across England and Wales are now registered.
For those with a judgment against them, they can find out more about their CCJ by visiting the Registry's website which can be found at www.registry-trust.org.uk.
As part of Shergroup, Sherbond Authorised Officers are members of the Civil Court Users Association and more information about the work of that organisation can be found www.ccua.org.uk.
And because Claire Sandbrook is the appointed Treasurer of The Institute of Credit Management, and our teams are undergoing training programmes devised by the ICM we support the work of this professional Institute – more information can be found at www.icm.org.uk.