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Holiday blighted by flight delays? With the summer holidays just around the corner, many of us will be looking forward to flying abroad for a break. Long flight delays can ruin a holiday but the silver lining is that you may be entitled to some compensation. More here: http://thesheriffsoffice.com/articles/holiday-blighted-by-flight-delays
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As authorised High Court Enforcement Officers, we were most pleased to hear Lord Thomas of Cwmgiedd's insistence, last week, for speedy action to recognise a post-Brexit agreement for both UK and European judgments.

This article looks at the interim arrangements, published just two weeks ago by the EU, and what needs to be addressed post-Brexit.

Read the full article here: http://thesheriffsoffice.com/articles/european-judgment-enforcement-post-brexit
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Under the Taking Control of Goods Regulations 2013, which came into effect in April 2014, a notice of enforcement must be sent to the enforcement address.

What if the debtor has moved to a different address, lives at their parents' house or their residential home is also their place of work?

Read full article here: http://thesheriffsoffice.com/articles/home-or-away-which-address-to-attend
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Our thanks to all who took part in our recent webinar on High Court enforcement for businesses, and also to our co-host Maria Koureas-Jones from Woodfines Solicitors.

Here are the answers to the enforcement-related questions asked during the webinar. We will bring you the answers to the pre-enforcement questions in a future article.

Full article here: http://thesheriffsoffice.com/articles/high-court-enforcement-for-business-webinar-qa
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Pursuing disruptive airline passengers for damages

Airlines are increasingly facing flight delays caused by disruptive passengers with abusive and/or threatening behaviour. In this article we look at the scale of the problem and the potential costs involved.

Full article: http://thesheriffsoffice.com/articles/pursuing-disruptive-airline-passengers-for-damages
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