Credit Strategy has published a report on ethical enforcement, in association with Court Enforcement Services, that explores the current enforcement landscape, including recent regulations and best practice.
Now available on Credit Strategy’s website, Ethical Enforcement includes an introduction to Court Enforcement Services, with the managing director, Daron Robinson, explaining its strategy for 2021 and beyond.
In the report, you can also read how the chair of the Civil Court Users Association believes the current plans to align online money claims fees with paper application fees are nothing short of scandalous.
Paul Caddy, a high court enforcement officer, who has worked in debt recovery for more than 30 years. In the report, Caddy details how the landscape has changed during the pandemic, and how Court Enforcement Services has adapted.
The report also explores the highly topical implications of an unclear court decision on video calls in the enforcement process, and what that could mean for the industry.
To view the report, click here.