High court enforcement
Execution against goods is known as a High Court ‘Writ of Fi Fa’ or ‘writ’.
Once a writ is issued, a High Court enforcement officer is then instructed to enforce your judgment. A writ is one of the most commonly used methods of enforcement.
A High Court enforcement officer can use the writ to enforce a judgment for the payment/recovery of money and/or costs. This mode of enforcement of a judgment is done by the seizure and sale of the debtor’s goods sufficient to satisfy the judgment debt and the costs of the enforcement/execution.