Category: Charging Order

‘Buy now, pay later’ credit options pushing consumers into high-cost debt

Buy now, pay later loans have been around for many years, but recent deals have been accused of pushing young consumers into unaffordable debt. Buy now, pay later credit allows consumers to acquire items without paying for them upfront, instead they spread the cost over a set period of time. Sometimes referred to as shop…




3 Things You May Not Know About the Enforcement Process

If you have taken someone who owes you money to court and you win the case, then the debtor has only a limited time to pay you what they owe or face the prospect of bailiffs coming to their premises. This part of the enforcement process is governed by the following actions you may not…




What Is A Charging Order?

There will be times in business where you encounter clients who continue to refuse to pay what is owed even after a case has gone to Country Court and a judgement has been made in your favour. Fortunately, if the debtor is particularly stubborn in settling their debt it is still possible to get hold…