High Court enforcement officers turned up at the farright party chief's home in Welshpool, Powys, with a lorry and orders to take his Skoda on Friday morning.
What does HCEO stand for?
HCEO stands for High Court Enforcement Officer (UK)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
See other definitions of HCEO
- Hays County Environmental Health (Texas)
- Hawaii Clean Energy Initiative
- Health Cares Exchange Initiative, Inc. (est. 1992; Chicago, IL)
- High Current Electronics Institute (Tomsk, Russia)
- Health Care Equipment Information System
- Huayu Center for Environmental Information Services (publisher; Beijing, China)
- Heavy Construction Equipment Mechanic (course; Dakota County Technical College; Rosemount, MN)
- Hampshire College Emergency Medical Services (Amherst, MA)
- Higher Council for Environment and Natural Resources (UN)
- Hackney Caribbean Elderly Organisation (UK)
- Health Care and Epidemiology (university course; University of British Columbia; Canada)
- Health Certificate Enrollment Protocol
- Home Care Expansion Program (New Jersey)
- Home Composting Education Program (various locations)
- Human Corneal Epithelial Protein
- Hillsborough County Environmental Protection Commission (also seen as EPCHC)
- Health Care Environmental Purchasing Tool (questionnaire)
- Health Care Empowerment Questionnaire (Program of Research to Integrate Services for the Maintenance of Autonomy; Sherbrooke Geriatric University Institute; Canada)
- High-Capacity Extended-Range
- Hudson Community Education and Recreation (Hudson, OH)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Despite admitting liability, despite the court judgement and despite the fact that High Court enforcement officers have now seized pounds 60,000 of goods, Tesco has yet to pay David Bond a penny of the pounds 2,690 owed to him.
In employment law the only way to execute this is by moving into the county court system and because the sum is over pounds 5,000 the High Court enforcement officer is trying to execute that.
After we approached South Wales Police for an official statement about the incident yesterday, Deputy Chief Constable Paul Wood said, 'On Friday last week, High Court enforcement officers arrived at South Wales Police headquarters in Bridgend to execute a judgment obtained by a man who is suing the force in relation to his prosecution.
High court enforcement officer Arthur Pattison, of Whickham-based bailiff firm Elliott Davies, said they were permitted to use "any necessary force" to make sure they left.