Civil & Commercial Litigation

We deal with all forms of civil, commercial, property and business disputes from pre-litigation case assessment of the merits of a case and representation through Alternative Dispute Resolution procedures, to bring legal action through County Court, High Court, and the Appeal Courts and Tribunal hearings. We are experienced in co-coordinating large, complex multi-jurisdictional cases.


Our vigorous yet pragmatic approach to litigation and dispute solving means we offer practical advice to our clients in depth along with prompt and effective action to achieve full and final solutions quickly, If litigation is unavoidable we employ sophisticated strategic planning, technical expertise and cost efficient case management.

We can offer assistance in the following matters;

  • Advice on litigation funding
  • Alternative Dispute Resolution
  • Building disputes/property litigation
  • Investor Visas
  • Business /Enterpreneur Visas
  • Breach of fiduciary duty/trust claims
  • Business or Partnership disputes
  • Commercial disputes
  • Contested Probate
  • Consumer problems
  • Contract disputes
  • Directors' and office holders' liability claims
  • Debt recovery
  • Disputes with customers
  • Data protection problems
  • Employment law claims
  • Landlord and Tenant disputes
  • Mediation
  • Neighbour disputes
  • Partnership disputes
  • Property disputes
  • Professional negligence
  • Tortious claims
  • Trust of Land (TOLATA) claims
  • Statutory Demands

Enforcement Orders

Once you have secured a county court judgement on your debt recovery case ordering your debtor/s to repay all outstanding funds, you are required to enforce this judgement.

We are experienced debt recovery solicitors and can advice you on the most appropriate method of enforcing a county court judgement on your debt recovery case. One of the following methods will be used to recover your outstanding funds:

(a) Apply to Court for a Charging Order

If the debtor is a owner of property, for instance a residential home or business premises, a charge in your favour may be registered against this property. Once a charge has been registered, you can either wait for the property to be sold or you can make a further application to the Court for an order that the property is sold and the debt satisfied from the sale proceeds

(b) Warrant of Execution

Under debt recovery law, an enforcement officer can be instructed to seize and sell goods belonging to the debtor until the debt is repaid. The success of this method depends entirely upon the value of the physical assets owned by the debtor, if they own any at all, and also whether or not the location of their assets is known to the Court.

(c) Attachment of Earnings

If the debtor is employed, their employer can be ordered to pay a proportion of their salary directly to you. If your debtor is self-employed, this would not be an appropriate method of debt recovery.

(d) Third Party Debt Order

Under the terms of a Third Party Debt Order a third party, such as a bank, which owes money to your debtor can be ordered to pay that money directly to you in satisfaction of the Judgment sum.

To discuss your matter in confidence please call us on 020 8509 2656 or email us.