Enforcement options include:
•Should the defendant have assets or goods which make up the value of the debt, you might instruct a Bailiff or High Court Enforcement Officer to collect the money you are owed or seize goods to the value of the debt to sell at auction.
•If the defendant has money in a bank or building society account, you might use a Third Party Debt Order. The bank (or building society) is ordered to put the amount of your claim aside.This method also works if you know that the defendant is owed money by someone else. You can ask the court to order that person or company to pay the money direct to you, as opposed to paying the defendant.
•If the defendant is in full time employment you may apply for an Attachment of Earnings Order. Whereas the defendant’s employer is ordered to deduct a regular amount from the defendant’s earnings and pay it to you to satisfy your judgment.
•Should the Defendant have property of shares you may want to apply for a Charging Order. This means that your judgment will be secured against an asset and prevents the defendant from selling the charged assets without paying you.