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  • Can you use CRAR if renting a commercial premises under a verbal lease?

    One of the regulations surrounding commercial rent arrears recovery (CRAR) is that the lease must be in writing. Obviously, by its nature, a verbal lease is not in writing, therefore CRAR cannot be used. However, there are still other options available to landlords. Verbal leases If you have formed a verbal/oral lease agreement, then our […] The post Can you use CRAR if renting a commercial premis...

Able Investigations and Enforcement Solutions

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  • ISO Certification

    We are pleased to announce that due to our high-quality customer service, Able Investigations & Enforcements have been awarded an ISO 9001 Certification. As one of the leading authorities in our field, this certification shows we are living up to the high standards we set ourselves and consistently deliver a valuable service for our clients. […] The post ISO Certification appeared first on Able In...

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  • Can I use CRAR to recover rent from a subtenant?

    When you let a commercial property, it is important to maintain a regular cash flow through regular rent payments. However, there are situations when the tenants fail to pay, and in this case, recovering what you are owed isn’t always straightforward. Subtenants One of the situations that landlords often find themselves in is recovering rent […] The post Can I use CRAR to recover rent from a subte...

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  • How long is a CCJ enforceable for?

    If you have managed to enforce on a person or business that owes you money, you may wonder how much time you have to get your money. According to the Limitation Act, a creditor can only pursue an outstanding County Court Judgement for six years from the date of the judgement without having to ask […] The post How long is a CCJ enforceable for? appeared first on Able Investigations.

  • Can an HCEO force entry into a property?

    Forced entry by High Court Enforcement Officers (HCEOs) is something that needs to be treated with considerable caution when it comes to recovering any outstanding debts. There are times when the officer needs to get inside the premises for enforcement to be successful and goods to be seized. However, there are strict regulations around what […] The post Can an HCEO force entry into a property? ap...

  • Is there an easy way to recover outstanding rent?

    Collecting outstanding rent from commercial tenants is never an easy task, but with the right kind of professional help, you can recover commercial rent arrears with excellent results. As there are several statutory procedures available for this purpose in the UK, it is important to know the differences between them and choose the right one […] The post Is there an easy way to recover outstanding ...

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  • How to be compliant with service legislation

    A new law has been implemented in the UK that gives the UK state the powers to monitor citizens through surveillance. The changes have provided the state, police and spies new ways in which private communications can be gathered along with other types of data in order to deal with terrorism, crime and other threats […] The post How to be compliant with service legislation appeared first on Able In...

  • What is the difference between a County Court and a High Court?

    Court proceedings to recover a debt or evict trespassers can be complex, which is why it is essential to understand which processes you need to use and which court you need to use to obtain orders. While our team of certificated enforcement officers can advise on which forms you need to apply for and where […] The post What is the difference between a County Court and a High Court? appeared first ...

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  • What to do if you discover squatters on return to work

    If your business shuts down completely during a festive break, quiet season, or for term time holidays, then unfortunately, on the return to work, you always run the risk of discovering squatters. Dealing with squatters at any time can be a stressful experience, and can be especially stressful if returning to work after a relaxing […] The post What to do if you discover squatters on return to work...

Able Investigations and Enforcement Solutions

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  • How our bailiffs work

    If deciding whether to seek assistance from an enforcement agency, it is worth understanding how they will help and work with you. While our team work differently depending on the case, here is a brief overview of how our bailiffs (now known as enforcement officers) and the rest of our team work to help you. […] The post How our bailiffs work appeared first on Able Investigations.

  • When do I need a pre-sue report?

    When it comes to collecting a debt, there are many different avenues and methods available that can help you to retrieve any losses but sometimes these can prove unsuccessful. What underpins all your attempts is whether your debtor has the financial ability to repay the debt and this is something that you are likely to […] The post When do I need a pre-sue report? appeared first on Able Investigat...

  • Do I need an Affidavit?

    The term affidavit has the unusual distinction of being a legal term many people have probably heard before. In Latin affidavit basically means “to swear an oath” which is exactly what an affidavit is. An affidavit is a sworn document that can be used as evidence in court, often when the person is not able […] The post Do I need an Affidavit? appeared first on Able Investigations.

  • Able Investigations assist local church group in tricky eviction

    Recently, we were tasked with helping a local charity regain control of their property near the city centre. A complex situation arose when squatters occupied the building. From then on, a local minister took steps to request occupants leave the premises, however, after they refused to leave a court order was approved. Complex Situation The […] The post Able Investigations assist local church grou...

  • Understanding the right to rent

    The “right to rent” was introduced in the Immigration Act 2014 (2014 Act) and cemented in July 2016 by the Immigration Act 2016 (2016 Act). So residential landlords are clear on the new legislation and what it means to them and their rental properties, we’ve covered the following:   What is the “right to rent”? […] The post Understanding the right to rent appeared first on Able Investigations.

  • 2016 Festive Opening Times for Able Investigations

    This year, on Christmas and Boxing Day, you will be unable to get in touch with our team by calling our main phone number as our offices will be shut on Sunday the 25th and  Monday the 26th December. If you do happen to need emergency assistance, you can contact Steve Wood on 07721 460028, […] The post 2016 Festive Opening Times for Able Investigations appeared first on Able Investigations.

  • What happens to goods once they are seized?

    If you are owed money from a debtor that cannot repay the money owed, seizing goods is often the next step in the process. Upon issue of a Writ of Control from the Court, certificated bailiffs can enter the debtor’s home. From there, the debtor and enforcement officer can either decide on a settlement plan […] The post What happens to goods once they are seized? appeared first on Able Investigatio...

  • The four stages of a writ of control

    If you are in a position where you need to recover money owed to you, but know the debtor does not have the funds to pay, then it is likely you will need to seize goods to cover their debt. Using a high court order called a writ of control allows you to take control […] The post The four stages of a writ of control appeared first on Able Investigations.

  • What is the law surrounding car repossessions?

    You have a signed finance agreement on your desk from a customer who bought a car and drove it away from the car lot with a big smile on his face. But a couple of years down the line he realised it was a bit out of his price range or his circumstances changed, so […] The post What is the law surrounding car repossessions? appeared first on Able Investigations.

  • What to do when squatters reside in your holiday park

    As winter is often ‘down season’ for holiday parks, they can easily become targets for squatters. Once these uninvited guests have taken up residence it can be difficult to remove them, so if you are a holiday park owner your approach should be two-fold. Do all you can to prevent squatters entering the premises Make […] The post What to do when squatters reside in your holiday park appeared first ...

Able Investigations and Enforcement Solutions

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Generated 6 months ago

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  • Able Investigations rescue abandoned pony

    During a recent land repossession, Able Investigations were faced with an abandoned pony in need of a new home. When visiting the site to help our client retake control of their land with a High Court possession order, Able Investigations noticed the presence of a small pony who was owned by the occupiers. We quickly […] The post Able Investigations rescue abandoned pony appeared first on Able Inv...

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