CIVEA announces Post-Lockdown Support Plan
Posted on 8th June 2020 at 15:41
CIVEA have been in close contact with the government throughout the COVID-19 crisis. The Ministry of Justice was appreciative of their guidance to members and their proactive response to the lockdown.
As yet there is not a date for enforcement activity to resume or when the Taking Control of Goods amending regulations will be revoked. However, it will be essential for government to collect its unpaid debt and CIVEA have been asked to take the lead on a plan that will enable agents to help the government to recover outstanding debt responsibly and safely.
Having consulted the Ministry of Justice, other government departments and key trade associations, CIVEA are now in a position to share their Post-lockdown Support Plan as a way forward for CIVEA members. They have agreed with the government that there will be a higher incidence of vulnerability and need a phased, light-touch approach to enforcement activity.
These are the extensive measures that CIVEA have produced to demonstrate a consistent and considerate response to this unprecedented situation.
Please see below the CIVEA Post-Lockdown Support Plan, to download the document please click on either image
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