Here's the letter's you need to send ignore tha bailiffs pay the council direct and if they havent been into your hom then don't let them or sign anything.. They can't arrest you at all tell them to go away ..
Send this one to the bailiffs with you filling in your details
re: YOUR ADDRESS
YOUR COUNCIL appears to have instructed you to recover unpaid council tax from me.
This letter gives you notice that you are not being given peaceful entry to my home or to levy goods contained within and I will not be signing anything for you. This notice revokes your eligibility to charge a Walking Possessions fee or other fee relating to the handling of goods.
Due to my circumstances I am unable to pay the debt as you demanded because it is unrealistic. I have sent an affordable payment direct to the council along with a written schedule of repayments.
Please be advised it is not a "criminal offence" for me to deny a bailiff entry to my property, the law says I have to settle the debt; it does not obligate me to do business with you. If you suggest to me otherwise I will automatically report you to the police and you may receive a criminal record.
I AM NOT REFUSING TO PAY THIS DEBT.
Meanwhile please provide me with a written breakdown of your fees you have demanded and put it through the letterbox and quietly leave the property. If your fees are found to contradict Regulation 45(2) of the Council Tax (Administration and Enforcement) Regulations 1992 I will automatically file a Form 4 complaint against you at your certificating court for attempting to defraud me under Sections 2 and 4 of the Fraud Act 2006.
This document was sent to you recorded delivery to the above address and a copy was sent to HEAD OF council tax Recovery Dept.
Please also supply me with a breakdown of the fee's you have charged me
AND THIS ONE obviously fill in your details to the council and enclose a payment plan that you can afford for the ct you owe
Re: your details
On DATE I was visited by your bailiff collecting unpaid council tax who overcharged me with his fees. We were unable to reach an amicable resolve and the bailiff showed threatening behaviour and became vexatious in nature. I also received a letter stating I should pay WHAT THEY ASKED YOU per month to clear the debt which is unrealistic with my present financial state.
I now ask the council to:
a) Take the case back from the bailiff.
b) Accept my original offer to pay Your payment extra of what I pay already a week to clear the arrears
c) Pay me a reasonable compensation for my inconvenience and for my efforts in seeking discovery of information and
d) Receiving an over-zealous bailiff acting for you making unrealistic demands of money.
If you fail to satisfactorily complete the above I will automatically escalate the complaint to the Local Government Ombudsman in fourteen days from the date of this letter.
Due to my circumstances I am unable to pay the debt as demanded by the bailiffs and I will make payment of Your payment each week for 249 weekly installments with a final installment of Your payment This may seem a long time but it's all I can afford and allows me to pay future liabilities without falling into arrears. I confirm I am not refusing to pay this debt.
This letter is delivered by Royal Mail and I deem it to be served on you by the ordinary course of Recorded post in the meaning of Section 7 of the Interpretation Act 1978, Please pass this to the relevent person within your organisation