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Enforcement of County Court Judgements

Comment 3rd July 2010

When a court has made a judgement in favour of the plaintiff regarding either a debt or notice to quit a tenancy the defendant can ignore the judgement causing the plaintiff the furthes stress, delay and cost of returning to court to have the judgement enforced.

This also wastes the courts time by doing the same job twice before a bailiff can be sent to enforce the judgement.

A judgement should be enough and compliance should be enforced after a reasonable given time period without needing to return to the court.

Why does this matter?

  1. Avoiding the stress, cost and delay to the plaintiff of doing the job twice.
  2. Avoiding waste of court time by duplication.
  3. Discouraging people from taking advantage of legal delays to continue illegal behaviour.

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