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We look at helping and shedding some light on what bailiffs can do and to stop further action.

Unfortunately there is a lot of myths and cowboys making sites, or videos giving bad advice or half stories. A lot of site's claiming to stop bailiffs will not talk through, step by step what you need to do, especially when it comes to certain fines. This site is run by former bailiffs and we look to help you with any issues you have by giving away tricks of the trade as well as sound advice.

Bailiffs now known as Enforcement Agents have no powers by title alone. The powers they have depend on the warrant or writ that has been issued in their name. Here are just some following things Enforcement Agents can do.

  • Warrants of control
  • High court writs
  • Warrant for possession
  • Confiscation orders
  • Arrest warrants

Technically speaking taking money is not their primary function but taking goods is. However if they get paid in full then that makes the warrant nil and void. All enforcement agents must follow the TCE act 2014. Just to clear up some popular myths that have been published such as

  • Wet signature from a judge must be on a warrant to shown. This is a complete and utter LIE enforcement agents only need copies, and in some cases like Magistrate warrants they need only have the details. A lot of enforcement agents carry the warrants on tablets for data protection reasons and don't carry paperwork anymore.
  • Removal of implied right of access. Does not apply to Enforcement Agents or Mail Man/Woman.
  • Cannot enforce on weekends. enforcement agents can work from 6am to 9pm including Saturday and Sunday.
  • You can block or intentionally obstruct an enforcement agent. This can land you in jail or a fine or both.
  • Ignoring it will make it go away. The sad truth is nothing goes away it just gets worse.

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Magistrate’s fine

A Magistrate court may fine you for committing a driving offence, not paying a fixed penalty notice, not having a television licence or many other offences.

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High court

An individual or business (claimant) can apply for a Writ of Control in the High Court, to enforce a judgment made against a debtor (defendant), to recover the unpaid monies owed to them.

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Parking fines and Highways England

Most councils have the power to enforce parking penalties under the Traffic Management Act 2004.

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Council tax

If you fall behind with council tax payments, the council may apply to the magistrates’ court to make a ‘liability order’.

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HMRC

Owing HMRC money can pose a serious problem for your business but there seems to be some amount of confusion as to just how they can collect on those debts.

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Other debt

Do you owe money to others such as banks, gas& electric bills, loans, mobile phones ,etc?

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