Welcome to the Enforcement of Judgments Office Website
From the 31 March 2014, the Enforcement of Judgments Office (EJO) will be relocated from its present offices in Bedford House to new accommodation at:
23-27 Oxford Street
The EJO will provide a public counter and a fee and debtor payment service on the ground floor of this new location.
The following pages will give you advice, help and contacts in relation to the Enforcement of Judgments Office.
Do you need to make a payment to the Enforcement of Judgments Office? If so, please click here to find out about the options available to you.
For further information contact the EJO Accounts Team on 0300 200 7812 to confirm your standing order payment reference, or by email at: FrontOfHouseEJO@courtsni.gov.uk
With effect from 12 September 2016 the EJO will be restructured. For more details click here.
Help & Advice –This section will provide you with guidance on what to do if you are affected by an enforcement order. It contains some fact sheets which may answer some questions you might have if you owe money to someone, or if someone owes money to you, or if you have any questions regarding provision for disabilities at EJO in Laganside House or what to do if you have to attend another court office.
Background and Contacts – This section explains the history, work, and aims of the office. You can find out contact information, and view a list of Customer liaison Officers who will be glad to answer your questions.
Application Packs – This section provides a list of the Application Packs available for download. You can also view examples of how to fill in the application forms.
Enforcement Fees – This section has a current list of fees and a fee calculator which will tell you the correct fee for the amount you want to recover. You can also view examples of how to calculate interest.
Enforcement Orders Explained – This section will describe all the main Enforcement Orders.
Judgment Enforcement Rules - This link will take you to the complete Judgment Enforcement Rules (Northern Ireland) 1981.
Comments and Complaints – We are committed to improving the quality of our services, you enable us to improve them. By making a complaint or comment, you enable us to put things right. If you have a complaint or comment to make about our service, or about the service you have received, please click here.