Clearway offers comprehensive High Court Writs of Possession enforcement services to recover your property or land from tenants or trespassers on your behalf and as instructed by the courts.
We understand the stresses and nuances of legal proceedings against squatters and so our commitment is to ensure that this happens as quickly as possible. Our experienced team is dedicated to providing a reliable and efficient process that ensures the swift recovery of your property once we’re instructed.
High Court Writs of Possession is a court order which grants possession of a property back to its rightful owner on the grounds that it has been unlawfully occupied by someone else. This type of order is issued when a landlord or other legal owner of a property requires the removal of trespassers or squatters.
In most cases, High Court Writs of Possession give the possessor a certain period of time to vacate the premises. If they do not comply, either the writ can be enforced by the police or security officers in order to remove them from the property. That’s where Clearway Comes in.
With strong relationships with the courts, Police authorities and your legal team, we provide a range of enforcement services to help you to take back control of the situation. Our security services include:
Property Risk Assessments
Clearway’s eviction risk assessment services provide a comprehensive and tailored approach to understanding the risks associated with forcibly removing tenants or trespassers from a property. Our team of experienced security professionals assess the situation in order to provide an accurate picture of the risks present, including any potential legal implications, threats posed by the tenants or others onsite, and any other non-legal matters that could arise.
Eviction Enforcement Officers
Clearway provides an efficient, reliable and safe way to recover a property on behalf of the rightful owner. Our team of experienced security professionals are dedicated to providing comprehensive High Court Writs of Possession enforcement services in order to restore the rightful ownership of a property or land.
Steel Door and Window Installation
Your entry and exit points are often most vulnerable to break-ins and unlawful entry. We secure re-entry points by installing our robust steel door and window screens after a successful High Court Writ of Possession to prevent the offence from occurring a second time. Our keyless doors ensure that only authorised personnel can enter the building whilst it remains vacant.
Security Guard Deployment
We understand the importance of a reassuring physical presence after a successful High Court Writ of Possession. We provide SIA approved security guards who are trained in eviction enforcement and can be deployed quickly onsite, allowing for swift action when needed.
Our security experts are available to quickly change the locks to commercial-grade security locks to ensure that previous tenants cannot re-enter, giving you the peace of mind that your property cannot be accessed.
When squatters are removed from a property following the enforcement of High Court Writs of Possession, it is important to take additional measures to protect it against illegal occupation. We also offer:
– An experienced team of security professionals: Our team of experienced security professionals are dedicated to providing comprehensive and reliable High Court Writs of Possession enforcement services in order to restore the rightful ownership of a property or land.
– Our SIA-approved security guards are trained in eviction enforcement and can be deployed quickly onsite if needed.
– Clearway has an excellent relationship with the courts and police when it comes to evicting squatters. We understand that the process needs to be both quick and efficient in order to ensure the rights of property owners are respected.
The High Court Writ of Possession is a powerful legal tool, which can help protect people’s rights in cases of unauthorised occupation and help to ensure that landlords do not suffer financially due to the actions of trespassers or squatters. It can also be used as an effective deterrent to prevent such activities from happening in the first place.
An enforcement agent can be hired at any time during the process of a High Court Order of Writ, however, it is most common to hire one prior to the order being issued. This ensures that the enforcement team is in place to carry out their duties as soon as possible.
Yes, enforcement agents must obtain the necessary approval before they can act on a High Court Order of Writ. Typically, this involves an application to the court or local authority in order to demonstrate that the proposed action is lawful and acceptable under the law. The court or local authority will consider a range of factors including whether there is a valid claim to the property and whether the enforcement agent has sufficient experience to carry out our duties.
Once the High Court Order of Writ is issued, the enforcement team will then be authorised to take action in order to remove the squatters from the property. This usually involves a physical removal of the squatters from the premises, as well as securing any possessions they may have left behind. After this has been completed, the enforcement team will then be able to hand back control of the property to its rightful owner.
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