Asset Recovery in Kent

A writ of delivery is another form of High Court writ that usually follows a return of goods order made at the county court. Using a Writ of Delivery Kent Bailiffs can recover specific goods and assets across the South East on your behalf, from Plant and Machinery to Vehicles, Computers, and Works of Art to name but a few, however, our Enforcement Agents can recover any item listed on the order.

If goods are counterfeited, then the counterfeit items are legally regarded as belonging to the brand owner. A writ of delivery can be used to remove counterfeit goods from markets, warehouses, storage units, retailers, and wholesalers. This enforcement option is a very effective tool for brand owners and local authorities. Should an agent have any issues in recovering the goods using a Writ of Delivery, the Police are obliged to assist the agent, – an option not available when trying to recover goods under a return of goods order or retention of title claim alone.

Kent Bailiffs can assist in asset recovery throughout Kent and the Southeast working closely with insolvency practitioners law firms, local authorities, and in locating, securing, and removal of assets under a writ of delivery.