Enforcing Money Oder

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    Enforcing Money Oder

    Hi
    After obtaining possession order and being granted a money order, I now want to enforce the money order. We have our property back. I now have t,s forwarding address and employment details, in anyone's experience would it be best to go for attachment of earnings or bailiff route first. Obviously I want this registered as a CCJ as it has turned into a considerable amount, any advice on best route much appreciated, and thanks in advance.
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    #2
    County Court Bailiffs have little power and even less inclination to exercise what they have (being civil servants on fixed wage). I would go for AoE being much more reliable or, of the debt is obe £600 and you know the debtor has assets, consider High Court Enforcement Officers (in effect bailiffs who get paid on results).

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      #3
      Hi thanks for your reply I will do the softer route I thought as much. I've been researching how to turn this into a CCJ I rang the court who advised this is a money order and there was no definite date for payment set to pay on the order so a bit stumped, thanks in advance.

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        #4
        Arghhhh iPad spell checker I meant attach of earnings

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          #5
          Any enforcement action will register a s8 money order as a CCJ

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            #6
            Thanks snorkerz

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