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Conferences and Seminars

CCUA Enforcement meeting to be continued at Conference

By CreditMan Tuesday, August 3, 2010

The Civil Court Users Association conference on 28th September at the Leicester Marriott will continue the meeting that took place in July at the Ministry of Justice when a limited number of members attended to consider effective enforcement of judgments.

Led jointly by the chairman of the Association, Brian Havercroft and Dr Sue Rayner Jacobs, the Head of Enforcement Policy Transforming Civil & Family Justice, at the Ministry those present gave their views on the need to improve enforcement.

As a result of the overwhelming numbers wishing to attend the meeting it was decided to carry the subject over into the conference and Brian Havercroft commented “this is a chance for members to provide their views on improving the effectiveness of the enforcement process. The subject has already been highlighted by District Judge Monty Trent, President of the Association of District Judges and is one he wishes to see resolved during his term of office”.

In addition Peter Risk, Regional Director and Leader on the HMCS Board on civil matters will speak to the conference theme of “Climate change in the civil Courts” Havercroft went on to say “Members will have the opportunity to hear of the latest plans from HMCS and we hope Peter may be able to announce further initiatives on the day”

He went on “With CPD points available for solicitors and legal executives the conference will be an excellent opportunity to not only hear what is planned but for delegates to have their say.”

Contact should be made with the Association administrator on for further details.