Welcome to Rivington Associates
From the 6th April 2014 the common law remedy of distress, whereby a commercial landlord could enter a tenantís premises, and seize and sell the tenantís assets to recover rent arrears will be replaced by a new statutory process Commercial Rent Arrears Recovery (CRAR).
Under the terms and conditions of The Tribunals Courts and Enforcement Act 2007, Enforcement Agents acting for Commercial Landlords retain the power to enter a tenantís premises and to take control of their goods to recover rent payable under a lease, however, new procedures will need to be followed.
We tick all the right boxes?
|Corporate Membership of CIVEA
- Civil Enforcement Association
|Nationwide Coverage - England & Wales|
|Same Day Electronic Remittance of Funds|
|Bespoke Online Case Management - www.CaseTracker.net|
| Fully Compliant with NSEA
- National Standards of Enforcement Agents
|Full Membership of Credit Services Association|
|Intergrated Debt Collection Process|
|Totally FREE service to Landlords & Managing Agents|
|Professional Indemnity Insurance and Fully Bonded|
|Acting with Discretion & Professionalism at all Times|