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Burlington appoints director of high court services

London-based enforcement group Burlington has appointed a director of high court services.


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Chris Badger has worked in the industry for nearly 15 years and will join Burlington this week (January 26).

 

The group provides a range of collection resources and recovery services including fixed asset recovery and high court enforcement of money judgments.

 

Badger was appointed as an authorised high court enforcement officer in 2007 and in 2013 joined the board of the High Court Enforcement Officers’ Association, where he took on the role of complaints officer.

 

He has technical experience in dealing with enforcement related applications to both the Queen’s Bench and Chancery Divisions as well as applications that involve third party claims to goods and private treaty applications.

 

Jonathan Chatfield, director of Burlington Group, said: “Chris will bring further expertise and depth to an area which sees creditors engaging effectively through the tailored enforcement of judgments through the high court.”

 

Burlington was acquired by judicial services group Marston Holdings in 2015.

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