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At Andrew Wilson & Co we have the knowledge and expertise to help you succeed in enforcing both High Court and County Court Judgments.

We recognise that our relationships with our clients are founded upon the service that we deliver and that ultimately the single most important factor is the recovery of cash.

Our unique approach to High Court Enforcement ensures that our instructing client maximise their prospect of effective recovery.

As part of the Cerberus Group, we are able to draw upon expertise and resource within the Group, including logistical support, asset valuation and sale through our auction. This broad range of support services underpins our leading-edge in the market place.

Our experienced team are able to enforce High Court Judgments and County Court Judgments. Once the Judgment is in place, simply send it to us and we will do the rest.

Our team of High Court Enforcement Officers, all respected experts in their field, specialise in the enforcement of Writs of Possession.

Our nationally renowned team of Certificated Bailiffs are highly trained to provide landlords and managing agents with a complete solution to the recovery of rent arrears.

From April 2010, the Government granted High Court Enforcement Officers power to enforce Employment Tribunal Awards and ACAS COT3 Agreements via a new Employment Tribunal Fastrack System.

Latest News

Mar 26, 2014
Although there will be a number of changes we would like to remind you of the following:
Dec 12, 2013

High Court Enforcement Officer (HCEO), Andrew Wilson, has agreed to extend his role as chairman of Cerberus Group for a minimum of five years.

Dec 4, 2013

Two months after establishing a presence in Birmingham, we have moved from our temporary offices into the state-of-the-art Two Snowhill scheme in the heart of Birmingham’s central business district.

Oct 18, 2013

From 6 April 2014, under the new CRAR legislation, commercial landlords and property management agents will no longer be able to instruct bailiffs to collect service and insurance charges as part of the distraint process, even if the terms of the lease allow for it.

Sep 12, 2013

We are delighted to announce that we are expanding further with the opening of a new office in Birmingham.

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