The following Dispute Resolution guidance note provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:
Stop press: This Practice Note is under review in light of the introduction of 12 Warrant of Control Support Centres. For further information, see: LNB News 20/06/2019 51. Support centres opened to speed up resolution of warrants of control.
CPR 84 and CPR PD 84 came into force in April 2014 and are concerned with the enforcement of judgment debts and orders by use of the Taking Control of Goods (TCG) procedure. For guidance on use of this procedure, see Practice Notes: Taking control of goods—the process and Taking control of goods—process once goods are seized and on the issue of writs and warrants in respect of such procedure (and more generally) see Practice Note: Writs and warrants of control—permission to issue and duration.
CPR 84 makes provision for the different types of application that you or your enforcement officer may need to make in respect of a writ or warrant of control, in particular as regards entry to premises and the disposal of goods.
Note: this Practice Note does not cover applications made by:
applications made with regard to fees payable in respect of writs and warrants of control, see instead Practice Note: Taking control of goods—court applications regarding fees
applications under CPR 85 for:
third parties—who claim that goods taken into an enforcement agent's control do not belong to the debtor
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