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GB SERVICES (Hull) Limited                  

 

High Court Enforcement and Certificated Bailiff Services

                       Effective, Ethical & Efficient Enforcement

 

High Court Enforcement Officers are responsible for the enforcement of the Writs of Execution issued out of the High Court, the most popular of which being the “Writ of Fieri Facias” otherwise known as “Writ of Fi Fa”.  This is a writ issued for the recovery of money owed and provides for the seizure and sale of the judgment debtor's goods.

 

The term “Writ of Execution” applies to several other Writs including;

 

  • Writ of Possession -  for the recovery of land/property after an Order for Possession has been obtained
  • Writ of Assistance - usually used to assist in the enforcement of a Writ of Possession
  • Writ of Restitution - issued following the re-occupation of land/property after the execution of a Writ of Possession
  • Writ of Possession and Fi Fa - for the recovery of land/property and money
  • Writ of Delivery - for the recovery of specific assets

 

Process & Document Serving

For the Legal Profession and Individuals 

 

What is Service of Process?

Service of Process is when legal documents such as summonses, complaints, subpoenas, writs and other court documents are delivered to the individual to whom the legal document is directed.
 

Service of Process must be served by an individual who is not a party to the case.

What does a Process Server do?

A legal process server delivers (or serves) legal documents to a defendant or an individual involved in a court case. The process server must serve the documents in accordance with the legislation in the area of service. This may mean handing the documents to the defendant personally or performing substituted service to someone in the same household or business. Once the documents are delivered, the process server must provide proof that the papers were served. This is done through a document call an Affidavit of Service, also called a Proof of Service, which must be notarized and given to the party who requested service.

 

 We have both male and female Process Servers, who can serve the follow documents

  • Statutory Demands
  • Bankruptcy Petitions
  • Winding-Up Petitions
  • County Court & High Court Claim Forms
  • Divorce Petitions
  • Family proceedings
  • Court Orders
  • Non-molestation Orders
  • Prohibited Steps Orders
  • Occupation Orders
  • Writs, Citations and Summons
  • Injunction Orders
  • Break Notices
  • Section 21 & 8 Notices
  • Affidavits and Witness Statements
  • Pre-Sue Reports

 

We offer a fixed fee service which can be negotiated before our instruction, our process servers are prepared to work unsocial hours to ensure the job is done. We can easily cover the counties of Yorkshire, Lincolnshire and the North East as we operate in these areas most days as High Court Enforcement Officers and Certificated Bailiffs. If you have special requirements our Process Server will take whatever additional steps are necessary to meet your needs.

Postcodes covered for Process serving are as follow.

HU, LN, YO, BD, DN, S, TS, DL, NE, HX, HG, HD, LS, OL, WF