• Residential Debt Collection Visits set to resume

    Residential Debt Collection Visits set to resume
    Debt Collection enforcement visits to residential properties in the UK have been given the green light to resume from the 24th August.
    The news has been welcomed by High Court Enforcement Officers Association (HCEOA) It has been also welcomed by many businesses and individuals across the country who are waiting to be paid. It is thought this move will help fuel the recovery of the economy post Covid-19.
    High Court Enforcement Officers will commence visits to properties, working through a huge ba
  • 9 out of 10 UK Businesses owed nearly £150k on average

    9 out of 10 UK Businesses owed nearly £150k on average
    UK businesses are returning to work this month with some trepidation, according to fintech business lender MarketFinance. The company’s latest research indicates that nine in ten businesses are waiting to be paid an average of £148,917 for work done pre-lockdown.
    With reportedly half of the companies that applied for CBILS loans being declined and cash flow under strain, as invoices take longer to be settled, the research shows that 85% of business owners have felt a sense of loss of
  • Kerseys Chooses Zylpha for Document Bundling

    Kerseys Chooses Zylpha for Document Bundling
    Kerseys Solicitors, based in Ipswich and Colchester, has chosen electronic document bundling software from leading legal software innovator Zylpha (www.zylpha.com). By utilising technology to improve productivity, the move has proved extremely timely with remote working, coupled with the need to produce bundles in a more efficient and effective manner. By using Zylpha Document Bundling, Kerseys can produce and amend electronic document bundles in a fraction of the time it would take to produce t
  • MP’s lobby Government for new Debt Collection Laws

    MP’s lobby Government for new Debt Collection Laws
    A mixed party collaboration of MP’s has written to the Chancellor requesting new legislative measures to reform the government’s debt collection practices.
    The 50 strong group of MP’s is urging chancellor Rishi Sunak to support the creation of a Debt Management Bill. The Bill would see an end to what the MP’s call ‘outdated regulations’ on the government’s debt collection practices.
    MP’s are requesting that improvements are made as they leg behind
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  • 7 out of 10 Businesses negatively affected by Coronavirus

    7 out of 10 Businesses negatively affected by Coronavirus
    Businesses are facing significant difficulties in the face of the coronavirus pandemic and are pessimistic about their growth once the crisis passes, according to a survey commissioned by UK Finance and undertaken by BVA BDRC. The research finds that the COVID-19 crisis has negatively impacted 69 per cent of businesses, with three out of five (60 per cent) not expecting to return to growth in the near future, and only 23 per cent predicting an expansion of their business.
    However, the survey of
  • Small Businesses face up to backlog of Unpaid Invoices

    Small Businesses face up to backlog of Unpaid Invoices
    A Commercial ‘Credit Crunch’ is predicted as the UK’s Small Business community are facing up to increasing Unpaid Invoices. Research by Business Funding Experts Iwoca has found that 40% of Small Business are facing Debts of over £10,000.
    Small Businesses are going to face considerable disruption and cash flow issues over the coming months due to unpaid invoices. It is estimated that as many as one in four companies will now face going bust before the year 2020 ends.
    The r
  • Zylpha's Pay As You Bundle Promotion Responds to Court Demand for eBundles

    Zylpha's Pay As You Bundle Promotion Responds to Court Demand for eBundles
    Zylpha (www.zylpha.com) has announced an introductory offer for its market-leading online Pay As You Go document bundling system. Under the terms of the deal, each new firm that signs up for the Zylpha bundling platform gets the first 5 online bundles free of charge. The usual price of these bundles is £250. Thereafter, any bundles constructed are charged for only as and when the practice uses them. The move is expected to prove popular with...Source: RealWire
  • £4m Dubai Debt upheld by English Court

    £4m Dubai Debt upheld by English Court
    An English Court has ordered an ex-Football Club boss to repay a Debt order issued by a Dubai Court.
    The Court ruling made in Dubai ordered David Haigh to re-pay millions of pounds in cash he was convicted of siphoning from an investment company in the UAE.
    David Haigh was convicted in 2015 by Courts in Dubai for a breach of trust. It was found that he embezzled almost £4m in funds from his previous employer GFH Capital Ltd. GFH Capital Ltd are a middle eastern based private equity company
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  • Allard Bailey Chooses Zylpha Pay As You Bundle Software To Boost Flexibility

    Allard Bailey Chooses Zylpha Pay As You Bundle Software To Boost Flexibility
    Boutique London practice, Allard Bailey Family Law, has chosen online Pay-As-You-Go bundling software from Zylpha (www.zylpha.com). The new software frees staff from days spent preparing document bundles at photocopiers and allows them to work efficiently from home where appropriate. Based in Holborn, in the heart of London’s legal district and close to the Central Family Court, Allard Bailey uses modern technology to deliver a truly flexible service that meets the needs of clients whilst
  • Emergency Insolvency reforms introduced

    Emergency Insolvency reforms introduced
    The Government has introduced the Corporate Governance and Insolvency Bill in Parliament, which will put in place a series of measures to amend insolvency and company law to support business and to address the challenges resulting from the impact of coronavirus (COVID-19).
    The Bill consists of 6 insolvency measures and 2 corporate governance measures. The insolvency measures will provide vital support to businesses to help them through this period of instability.
    The corporate governance measure
  • Zylpha Appoints Ryan Thomas as Senior .Net Developer for Bundling Software

    Zylpha Appoints Ryan Thomas as Senior .Net Developer for Bundling Software
    Leading legal software innovator Zylpha (www.zylpha.com) has appointed Ryan Thomas as its Senior .Net developer. Ryan joins from information services company Open GI where has was a senior software developer, working on predominantly insurance client websites. In his new role, he will spearhead the company’s significant investment in .Net technology as it expands its groundbreaking range of legal technology products. In his new role, Ryan will be working on the company’s electronic d
  • Seven Staff confirmed with Covid-19 at Debt Collection firm

    Seven Staff confirmed with Covid-19 at Debt Collection firm
    Seven staff at a Debt Collection Call Centre in preston have tested positive for Covid-19 after employees were ordered to return to work.
    Preston based Debt Collection firm Akinika had originally closed its doors on the 11th May after a member of staff had tested positive on Saturday the 9th with the Coronavirus. The closure was for a “deep clean” of the Premises after telling staff that a fellow employee had tested positive.
    Staff were then told to return to work on the following da
  • Leading Jersey Legal Practice Drives Document Innovation Through Zylpha

    Leading Jersey Legal Practice Drives Document Innovation Through Zylpha
    Respected Jersey based specialist family law practice Claire Davies, Advocate has chosen electronic document bundling software from leading legal software innovator Zylpha (www.zylpha.com). The move has proved extremely timely as the island’s Royal Court (Family division) is now actively encouraging the use of electronic legal document bundles for all hearings. Ideally suited to the Court’s demands, Zylpha is winning many friends and gaining huge interest amongst other local practice
  • Details released of Emergency Covid-19 Insolvency and Debt Recovery reforms

    Details released of Emergency Covid-19 Insolvency and Debt Recovery reforms
    The Business Secretary Alok Sharma will be given new powers to help company directors during the current pandemic. This will enable him to extend deadlines for company filings amongst other new measures.
    The majority of the new measures are aimed at providing Limited Companies maximum survival chances. It is said it will help protect jobs and aid the Country’s economical recovery post Coronavirus.
    Many Companies have already fallen victim to the Lockdown including Debenhams and Carluccios
  • Zylpha Appoints Chief Support Analyst For Its Bundling Platform

    Zylpha Appoints Chief Support Analyst For Its Bundling Platform
    Leading UK technology innovator Zylpha Ltd (www.zylpha.com) has appointed Greg Williams as Chief Support Analyst for its electronic bundling platform, including its recently launched ‘Pay-As-You-Go’ software. The move reflects considerable growth in demand for the online range which significantly boosts bundling efficiency without having to be in the office. Williams brings with him considerable experience of commercial retail and sports finance operations where he held several key p
  • 23% Increase in Unpaid Business Invoices

    23% Increase in Unpaid Business Invoices
    The number of unpaid UK business invoices has increased by 23% according to new tracker by AI platform provider, Sidetrade.
    Sidetrade’s tracker is based on a statistical analysis of 26 million invoices, representing €54bn of business to business transactions with the payment behaviour of over 3.7 million businesses is tracked week by week. The company says that unsurprisingly, unpaid invoices have increased since lockdown measures went into effect.
    In the report data, scientists cons
  • Insolvency Experts warn of mass Business Collapses

    Insolvency Experts warn of mass Business Collapses
    Over 500,000 British Businesses are at risk of collapse due to the Coronavirus claim Insolvency Experts.
    In the first three months of this year, over 509,000 British Businesses were in significant distress according to Insolvency firm Begbies Traynor. Significant distress is one step from critical distress which is when companies fold and go into liquidation or administration.
    The majority of the 509,000 Businesses are Small Businesses. Small Businesses are those with less than 250 employees in
  • Zylpha Launches First Visualfiles Integration For Government’s Electronic Mortgage Deed Service

    Zylpha Launches First Visualfiles Integration For Government’s Electronic Mortgage Deed Service
    Leading technology innovator Zylpha (www.zylpha.com) has launched an integration between HM Land Registry’s electronic mortgage deed service and LexisNexis Visualfiles. The first integration of its kind, the new system allows Visualfiles case management users to access and utilise the government’s electronic signature facilities whilst working within Visualfiles. As deeds are completed, they can be quickly and easily sent by secure email, signed, returned and stored. This greatly sim
  • Debt Collection Trade Body warns against ‘writing off billions’

    Debt Collection Trade Body warns against ‘writing off billions’
    The Credit Services Association has issued a stern response to claims from Debt Charities in the UK. Charities have made audacious requests that all Debt Collection activity be halted and billions written off in Public service debts.
    The CSA, which is the trade body for the debt collection industry has sent a letter to the Government, warning of the consequences of agreeing to such.
    The Credit Services Association says it’s members return around £4 billion to the UK economy every yea
  • Debt Collection firms facing Coronavirus challenges

    Debt Collection firms facing Coronavirus challenges
    The UK’s Debt Collection industry is in uncharted waters as are many sectors due to the coronavirus. Most though are still continuing to operate as they fall under the key financial services bracket.
    The main problem for many Agencies is that they face the issue of helping to stop the spread of the Covid-19 virus whilst maintaining GDPR requirements.
    Rather than deal with the operational dilema, some Debt Collection firms have simply chosen to furlough staff in the hope they can survive th
  • SME’s facing Coronavirus Cashflow problems

    SME’s facing Coronavirus Cashflow problems
    Over two-thirds of UK SMEs (69%) have reported significant pressures on their cash levels according to latest insights from business lender MarketFinance. This is in large part down to businesses paying for supplies earlier than anticipated because of coronavirus-related stockpiling and fears of deeper disruptions to transport (road, air and rail) linkages.
    Additionally, on orders and work that has been completed, payments are being delayed. Three-quarters (74%) of business owners reported invoi
  • Court orders Landlord to pay Tenant money over Eviction failings

    Court orders Landlord to pay Tenant money over Eviction failings
    A London based landlady has been ordered to pay her Tenant compensation following a botched ‘eviction’.
    Landlady, Lydia Suleaudu demonstrated a blatant disregard for her tenants rights a court was told. The tenant has been renting a room from the landlord in January 2018. Two months in and he came home to find a note on his bedroom floor floor, requesting he leave.
    The property is located in Bristol. The Tenant contacted Bristol council then went back to the property. On his return h
  • Corie Robinson Joins Zylpha From LexisNexis

    Corie Robinson Joins Zylpha From LexisNexis
    Corie Robinson has joined Zylpha (www.zylpha.com) as Senior Business Development Manager. He joins from LexisNexis, where for over 9 years as Key Account Manager, he held sole responsibility for Public Sector, Central and Local Government clients. In his new role, Corie will spearhead Zylpha’s exceptionally strong Business Development programme across both government and non-governmental sectors. This will include liaison with system integrators and developing relationships with key legal
  • High Court orders closure of Debt Collection Agency

    High Court orders closure of Debt Collection Agency
    The High Court in Manchester has ordered the immediate closure of a rogue Debt Collection Agency based in Newcastle.
    Following a number of complaints, the Insolvency Service became aware of underhand debt recovery trading activities and instigated an investigation.
    The company, Redwood Business Management Ltd had been trading under the name Rojen Recovery services since its incorporation in 2017. Their registered offices were located in Shedfield, Newcastle upon Tyne.
    The Court heard how ‘
  • iAxept Online Contactless brings SCA compliant contactless card payments for Internet shopping

    iAxept Online Contactless brings SCA compliant contactless card payments for Internet shopping
    18th February 2020, London - UK FinTech company iAxept today launched the World’s first Strong Customer Authentication (SCA) compliant payment method using contactless payments cards for Internet shopping. iAxept Online Contactless is as quick, easy and secure as using a contactless card at a point of sale. One Tap. This revolutionary solution brings multiple benefits for everyone in the card payment value chain. Shoppers no longer need to type any card information, usernames, passwords or
  • Estate Agent banned after spending clients monies

    Estate Agent banned after spending clients monies
    The owner of a Ipswich based Estate Agency has been banned from running a Business for five years.
    Jane Hipkin Russell aged 58, was subject to investigations by the Insolvency Service looking at the causes of the collapse of Jonathan Waters Estate Agents in 2018. They found that Russell had failed to fulfil obligations to tenants by not placing their deposits in the required safety deposit schemes.
    Investigators found that 11 tenants deposits had not been placed in secure accounts to the value o
  • Number of Personal CCJs hits record high

    Number of Personal CCJs hits record high
    The number of Personal CCJs issued for the year 2019 hit a record high. The level of CCJ’s issued against individuals is now double the figure of 8 years ago.
    According to figures released by the Registry Trust, the new findings show households are struggling with paying their debts.
    Data findings showed that claims against individuals rose by 30,138 to 1.15m for the year 2019.
    This number of CCJ’s is double the number it was in 2012. The Registry Trust has stated that the number of
  • Government considers using Debt Collectors to collect TV licence Fees

    Government considers using Debt Collectors to collect TV licence Fees
    A Government Consultation is seriously considering using Debt Collectors to collect unpaid TV licence Fees.
    Bailiffs would be instructed to remove TV sets from properties where the occupants refuse to pay licence fees. New plans are under consideration from the Government as a suitable alternative to criminal prosecution.
    The Culture Secretary, Baroness Morgan says the BBC needs to move with the times or it could potentially collapse like rental firm Blockbusters.
    The license fee increases to &p
  • Disqualified Director ordered to pay £500k to Creditors

    Disqualified Director ordered to pay £500k to Creditors
    The Insolvency service entered new territory as it won a case against a disqualified company director. In what is considered a landmark case, former company Director Kevin Eagling was order to pay back over £5000, 000 to creditors of his failed company.
    The Wine merchant was judged to have abused customers trust and removed funds. A large part of these funds were due to be returned to customers for selling their win stocks or not supplying their orders.
    Kevin Eagling had received the maxim
  • FX HedgePool goes live

    FX HedgePool goes live
    FX HedgePool makes peer-to-peer matching a long-awaited reality. Feb 5th, 2020: NEW YORK, LONDON: FX HedgePool has officially announced the eagerly anticipated launch of its new buy side-to-buy side matching utility - FXHP. Founded by industry veteran Jay Moore, along with co-founders Richard Leader and Emin Tatosian, the company has gained the attention of some of the world’s largest institutional investors - several among the first to successfully match positions last Friday. Standard Ch
  • Zylpha’s Pay As You Go Bundle Software Drives Innovation At JWP Solicitors

    Zylpha’s Pay As You Go Bundle Software Drives Innovation At JWP Solicitors
    JWP Solicitors has chosen digital Pay-As-You-Go document bundling software from Zylpha (www.zylpha.com). The innovative software will be used in conjunction with the practice’s existing LEAP case management system. By using Zylpha, the time taken to produce bundles will be significantly reduced, enabling more time to be spent with clients. Shortlisted in the 2019 Yorkshire Legal Awards, JWP Solicitors has offices in Leeds, Wakefield, Pontefract and most recently Batley. All the practice&rs
  • Number of Business CCJ’s issued decreases

    Number of Business CCJ’s issued decreases
    The latest figures released by the Registry Trust have shown a substantial drop in Business CCJ’s. This is CCJ’s registered against Businesses in England and Wales for the last quarter of 2019.
    The decline in Business CCJ’s mainly affected Limited (incorporated) companies in England and Wales. The figures showed a twenty seven per cent decrease compared with the same period in 2018.
    There were a total of 21,373 Business CCJ’s issued in Q4 of 2018 and this dropped to 15,62
  • 5 best reasons to use a Business Debt Recovery service

    5 best reasons to use a Business Debt Recovery service
    In 2020, the need for a reputable Business Debt Recovery service is possibly more relevant than ever. With increasing compliance and new laws, it can make the field of Debt Collection a minefield at times for any Small Business.
    Unpaid invoices and overdue accounts are a real issue facing UK Businesses today. Thousands of Small Businesses go bust every year due to unpaid debts. A recent survey showed that hours are wasted every week by SME owners in the UK whose Businesses are owed money.
    The va
  • New Year sees SME’s chasing £50bn in Business Debt

    New Year sees SME’s chasing £50bn in Business Debt
    New research is showing that Small Businesses are chasing over 50 Billion pounds in late payments across the UK. Tide, which is a digital business banking platform, has revealed its latest startling findings.
    Tide surveyed a total of 1,000 CEO’s Directors and Senior Managers in December to find out how they utilize their working day. In Depth studies show the average UK Small Business is chasing five outstanding invoices. The average debt owing to Small Businesses was shown to be £8,
  • Expert Company Credit Control tips for 2020

    Expert Company Credit Control tips for 2020
    A New Year is a perfect time for new procedures so company credit control tips are helpful. Keeping your Business cash flow tight is a no brainer for any Company Director.
    Maintaining and improving the profitability of a Business is critical. This is both in term sof long term growth and current sustainability.  The world of Business is changing and 2020 will mark a new era in credit control. Brexit is firmly on the horizon so credit control efficiency is a must.
    From Business Credit Checks
  • Irish credit union, ESCCU, selects IGEL software-defined endpoints to deliver high quality member services and underpin future growth

    Irish credit union, ESCCU, selects IGEL software-defined endpoints to deliver high quality member services and underpin future growth
    …MSP, Ergo, agrees to support LINUX endpoints given TCO and management benefits… Reading, UK. December 12, 2019 – IGEL, provider of the next-gen edge OS for cloud workspaces, today announced that the E-Services & Communications Credit Union (ESCCU), an ICT sector focused credit union headquartered in Dublin, has transitioned to VDI to introduce a fast, flexible, secure and easy to manage desktop computing environment for staff which is cost effective to run. ESCCU has investe
  • Financial identities for world's unbanked would add USD $250BN to global GDP according to new study

    Financial identities for world's unbanked would add USD $250BN to global GDP according to new study
    Oxford Economics study points to India, Indonesia, the Philippines, Pakistan and Mexico as stand-out markets for growth in financial services for the unbanked SAN FRANCISCO, December 11th 2019 - A new report published today projects that establishing financial identities for the world’s financially excluded – or “unbanked” – population would add an extra USD $250 billion to global gross domestic product (GDP), mainly from developing nations in Asia and Latin America
  • Government warns of scam Debt Collectors

    Government warns of scam Debt Collectors
    The Government has issued a public warning for people to be on guard against scam Debt Collectors. Scammers are posing as legitimate Bailiffs and Enforcement Officers according to reports.
    Such has been the rise is fraudsters posing as Debt Collectors, the government has issued guidance on what to do. In a statement issued on the governments own site, they advise they are aware of the fraudsters actions.
    reports they have received advise of scammers posing as County Court Bailiffs, High Court En
  • Ex England star wants Football Club wound up

    Ex England star wants Football Club wound up
    Ex Arsenal and England Legend Sol Campbell wants his former Employers Macclesfield Town wound up due to unpaid debts. Campbell who was the Manager of Macclesfield Town for 10 months is apparently owed £180,000 in unpaid wages.
    The club itself is hundreds of thousands of pounds in debt and is facing a winding up order from the HMRC for unpaid taxes.
    The specialist Insolvency & Companies Court in London heard on Wednesday that Campbell is one of many creditors owed money by the club.
    Tax
  • Subcontractors demanding new Late Payment legislation

    Subcontractors demanding new Late Payment legislation
    A Construction Industry organisation is demanding tough new measures to combat a new wave of late payment in their sector. The Specialist Engineering Contractors’ (SEC) Group represents the countries largest sector within the Construction industry and wants new laws to be made.
    The SEC has said that there is a deterioration in payment practices. In addition, its members have reported increases in payment abuse. This is added to increasing insolvencies in the construction industry.  Th
  • Zylpha Unveils High-Performance Pay As You Bundle Option For iManage

    Zylpha Unveils High-Performance Pay As You Bundle Option For iManage
    The UK’s leading legal systems innovator, Zylpha (www.zylpha.com), has announced an integration of its widely acclaimed legal document bundling software for the popular iManage 9 platform. Of particular note is the all new Pay As You Bundle functionality, enabling users to pay only for what they use. A traditional enterprise integration is also available for organisations with high user counts.By incorporating Zylpha’s digital document bundling, users can produce legal and other docu
  • Juvo Partners with DOCOMO Digital to Boost Mobile Commerce

    Juvo Partners with DOCOMO Digital to Boost Mobile Commerce
    Partnership will enable the creation of new identity and credit-related products, while increasing financial flexibility for consumers in emerging marketsSAN FRANCISCO, November 13, 2019: Juvo, a pioneer of financial identities for the underbanked, has today announced a strategic partnership with DOCOMO Digital, the preeminent mobile commerce enabler. The partnership will focus on combining Juvo’s financial identity and credit lending capabilities with DOCOMO Digital’s class-leading
  • Business owners left feeling suicidal due to late payment survey says

    Business owners left feeling suicidal due to late payment survey says
    Business owners are being left feeling suicidal due to late payment it has been revealed. 9 out of 10 business owners across the UK’s construction industry have suffered a variety of mental health issues due to payment and other business pressures according to a new survey.
    The survey has been conducted by the countries leading engineering services trade bodies BESA and ECA along with 25 other construction trade bodies.
    The survey has found that business owners suffer an array of significa
  • Four Construction firms suspended from Prompt Payment Code

    Four Large players within the UK’s construction industry have been suspended from the Prompt Payment Code. Persistent late payments to sub contractors and suppliers and have lead to the suspension.
    The Prompt Payment Code is administered and monitored by the Chartered Institute of Credit Management (CICM). This is conducted on behalf of the government’s Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS).
    Companies that sign up to the code pledge to uphold a level of bes
  • Zylpha Introduces Greenwoods GRM to Document Bundling Environment

    Top 200 Law firm Greenwoods GRM LLP has chosen Electronic Document Bundling from Zylpha (www.zylpha.com) for use with its existing Visualfiles case management software. By automating the bundling process with Zylpha, the practice can save considerable time and resources, allowing its staff to spend more time with clients handling their cases. Greenwoods GRM has a strong reputation for delivering high quality legal services, combined with a personal and pragmatic approach to complex legal problem
  • Nearly half a million UK firms in Financial distress

    The latest research from Begbies Traynor has shown that the number of UK Businesses in serious financial distress has increased by 40% in the past three years.
    489,000 Companies in the UK are flagged as experiencing significant distress since the EU referendum in 2016 with the property, real estate, retail, construction and travel sectors most affected.
    The most recent data for Q3 (June, July and September) found that many UK trading Businesses had increased by the end of september.
    One of the P
  • Research shows Late Payment affects Freelancer & SME owners health

    Startling New research has shown that over three quarters of Freelance Business owners have experienced mental health issues as a direct result of non payment in the last twelve months.
    The latest market research report compiled by Hitachi Capital UK is entitled Late Payments: The Cost to Business and Our health.
    The report shows that Freelancers and SME owners are now spending an average of 77 minutes every day chasing unpaid invoices due from clients. It also highlights that most do not know w
  • Bell Lamb And Joynson Opts For Zylpha's 'Pay As You Bundle' Document Solution

    Bell Lamb & Joynson Solicitors has chosen Pay As You Go legal document bundling software from Zylpha (www.zylpha.com), for use with their LEAP case management system. Zylpha significantly reduces the time taken to produce document bundles, enabling more time to be spent with clients.Established in 1821, Bell Lamb and & Joynson Solicitors is one of the oldest law firms in the North West of England. From their office network in Liverpool, Runcorn and Warrington, the...Source: RealWire
  • 78,000 Premises visited by Bailiffs due to Business Rate debt

    Research by real estate adviser Altus Group revealed that, during the last financial year (2018/19), over 78,000 non-domestic properties from retailers to restaurants to pubs to factories were referred to Bailiffs to levy ‘distress’ and to seize their goods having fallen into arrears with business rates.
    Bailiffs are instructed by Councils, once a Liability Order has been obtained in the Magistrates Court, to collect outstanding business rates on their behalf. Bailiffs can levy &lsqu
  • Azzurro Associates Selects LexisNexis Visualfiles for Azzurro Law Ltd

    Visualfiles to help Azzurro Law innovate and scale LONDON, U.K., 25 September, 2019 – Innovative and growing commercial debt management business, Azzurro Associates, has selected LexisNexis® Visualfiles™ as the legal workflow and case management platform of choice for its newly formed commercial legal recoveries business, Azzurro Law. Visualfiles will enable the firm to efficiently and flexibly manage the debt recovery process across the life span of portfolios handled by the org
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