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  1. I thought in order for them to levy goods you have to sign the walking possession agreement or can they still levy?
  2. Hi if anyone can help me with this it would be deeply appreciated. Back in june we got a letter of the council saying final notice for council tax ect... and the outstanindg debt £1205.30 then we got a letter about summons to court 3rd september... then we got a letter posted through the door 6th of september saying they got a liability order from the court dated jul21,2009 and the balance is now £1268.30 (god knows where this extra £60 odd pound came from?)+ first visit fee £23.50 + second visit fee £18.00 total £1310.80 and on the back of the letter its a walking possession agreement but we havent signed it and the baliff hasnt been in our house and where not gonna sign it or let him in!! and with this letter came another slip (request to pay by instalments) but where not signing that ither as they want you national insurance number work adress ect...and i dont want them coming into my work it's a complete cheek asking for those details imo!!! So this is what we were thinking of doing,completley ignoring the baliffs!!. And my mum (im helping her with this as she doesnt have a clue ither when it comes to baliffs!!) is gonna go into the council and ask if the acount could be takinig back into there management ect.. as she will under no circumstance allow the baliffs into her home and that she is willing to make a payment of £200. a month untill the debt is cleared and if the council refuse this offer she will then just tell them that she will put the money to one side untill the council take they acount back into there management as there is no way she will give a penny to the baliffs!! or is this the wrong way to go about it? thanks!
  3. We got a letter from rossendales baliffs the other day saying they have a liability order against us! And on the back of the letter is a walking possession agreement which we havnet signed! and we havent let the baliff in!!. But what i was wondering is if we can keep ignoring the baliffs & just keep paying the council instead via standing order? cause if we do that wont the baliffs get tired of calling and having no luck and then eventually hand the acount back over to the council? or is it not as simple as that?
  4. We have had a liability order through the door of rossendales baliffs and on the back of the letter is a walking possestion agreement which we havnt signed and we havent let the baliffs in ither!! But i was wondering if we can do this!! Keep ignoring the baliffs and just keep paying the council via standing order? cause eventually the baliffs are gonna get tired of calling and hand it back over to the council or is it not as simple as that?
  5. Can someone tell me what cab means?? alot of people on here have said i when into see the cab just wonderd what that is? is that citizens advice
  6. Back in june we got a letter of the council saying final notice for council tax ect... and the outstanindg debt £1205.30 then we got a letter about summons to court 3rd september... then we got a letter posted through the door 6th of september saying they got a liability order from the court dated jul21,2009 and the balance is now £1268.30 + first visit fee £23.50 + second visit fee £18.00 total £1310.80 and on the back of the letter its a walking possession agreement but we havent signed it and the baliff hasnt been in our house and where not gonna sign it or let him in!! and with this letter came another slip (request to pay by instalments) but where not signing that ither as they want you national insurance number work adress ect...and i dont want them coming into my work it's a complete cheek asking for those details!!! but do i send this letter underneath..... Dear Sir/Madam, Re: Your Reference I understand XXX Council has appointed you to recover my Council Tax Liability arrears for 200x of £xxxx. Firstly I would like to make you aware that I am fully aware of my rights and you will not gain entry to my home under any circumstances to levy goods and I know the fees allowed under statute and when these fees can be applied. Due to my circumstances I am unable to pay this in one payment. I advocate a payment schedule of 24 months with 23 months payments at £xx.xx and the balance of £xx.xx to be paid on the 24th month to cover the principle. I understand this may seem a long time but this is a realistic offer that is affordable to me and will allow me to pay future bills issued for Council Tax without them falling into arrears. A greater amount would cause me real and actual hardship. I am able to pay the above amount on the xx of each month, as an act of good faith I have enclosed the first payment chq number xxxxxx. Please advise how you would like future payments made. My personal preference is payment by Standing Order. It should be noted that I am not at any point refusing to pay this debt but only asking for a fair payment period considering my circumstances. And if you are unable to accept my offer I will place the money aside each month until such a time the council take the account back into their management, when I will make payment of the set aside money to the council. Please also send an itemised statement of account that clearly shows what charges have been added and what for, you are required in statute to supply this information and I look forward to this within 14 days. I am sending the council a copy of this letter and requesting that it be filled with my account for further reference. I hope the above meets your approval and I look forward to your timely reply by letter. Yours faithfully, to the baliffs + the council? and if i include a payment with this letter who am i sending that payment to the baliffs? and if they dont accept that payment ,i then as stated in the letter put the money to one side untill it's handed back over to the council untill it's back in there management again? or do i send that payment included with the letter (as stated in the letter as an act of good faith) to the council? so if im sending this letter to both the council and the baliffs there both gonna be expecting a payment cause it's written in the letter :S sorry thats just the part thats gotten me really confussed?
  7. sorry me and my mum are confussed now, so we send this letter.... Dear Sir/Madam, Re: Your Reference I understand XXX Council has appointed you to recover my Council Tax Liability arrears for 200x of £xxxx. Firstly I would like to make you aware that I am fully aware of my rights and you will not gain entry to my home under any circumstances to levy goods and I know the fees allowed under statute and when these fees can be applied. Due to my circumstances I am unable to pay this in one payment. I advocate a payment schedule of 24 months with 23 months payments at £xx.xx and the balance of £xx.xx to be paid on the 24th month to cover the principle. I understand this may seem a long time but this is a realistic offer that is affordable to me and will allow me to pay future bills issued for Council Tax without them falling into arrears. A greater amount would cause me real and actual hardship. I am able to pay the above amount on the xx of each month, as an act of good faith I have enclosed the first payment chq number xxxxxx. Please advise how you would like future payments made. My personal preference is payment by Standing Order. It should be noted that I am not at any point refusing to pay this debt but only asking for a fair payment period considering my circumstances. And if you are unable to accept my offer I will place the money aside each month until such a time the council take the account back into their management, when I will make payment of the set aside money to the council. Please also send an itemised statement of account that clearly shows what charges have been added and what for, you are required in statute to supply this information and I look forward to this within 14 days. I am sending the council a copy of this letter and requesting that it be filled with my account for further reference. I hope the above meets your approval and I look forward to your timely reply by letter. Yours faithfully, so we send this letter to the council + the baliffs? in the letter it says i have included a payment ect...as an act of good faith ? but who are we giving that payment to? the baliffs or the council? cause if were sending the excat same letter to both partys there both gonna be reading and seeing the that on writing we have said we have included a payment but if we send the payment with the council the baliffs are gonna then read that letter and see that theres no payment included with the letter?....if you get me.so thats where im confussed. thanks It makes more sense to send this letter to the baliffs along with a cheq ect... + send a copy of the letter to the council.But if the baliffs refuse this payment we included with the letter, thats when we then as stated in the letter put the council tax payment to one side until they hand it back over to the council.Is that right? or..... . sorry im really confussed lol
  8. My mum has said she's sending that letter to the baliffs the council and the court? i dont think she should send one to the court or is that a good idea?
  9. No We dont know if he was tbh!( stupid ikow!! ) .Should my we ring that baliff and ask for his name and certfication number?
  10. So say this is the phone call to the council!! Mum: im wanting to find out how much you instructed the baliffs to collect... ( so on this part my mam shouldnt mention what shes got on the letter...wait till the women says what theyve got first ect.. is that right? then obviously if it's different then them w**** (balffs) have added there own amount to it do bag for them selfs correct?
  11. Another thing!!...will the baliffs still try and get into my house,say through a window!...evan if i havent signed anything?
  12. Once i've written up this letter...... Dear Sir/Madam, Re: Your Reference I understand XXX Council has appointed you to recover my Council Tax Liability arrears for 200x of £xxxx. Firstly I would like to make you aware that I am fully aware of my rights and you will not gain entry to my home under any circumstances to levy goods and I know the fees allowed under statute and when these fees can be applied. Due to my circumstances I am unable to pay this in one payment. I advocate a payment schedule of 24 months with 23 months payments at £xx.xx and the balance of £xx.xx to be paid on the 24th month to cover the principle. I understand this may seem a long time but this is a realistic offer that is affordable to me and will allow me to pay future bills issued for Council Tax without them falling into arrears. A greater amount would cause me real and actual hardship. I am able to pay the above amount on the xx of each month, as an act of good faith I have enclosed the first payment chq number xxxxxx. Please advise how you would like future payments made. My personal preference is payment by Standing Order. It should be noted that I am not at any point refusing to pay this debt but only asking for a fair payment period considering my circumstances. And if you are unable to accept my offer I will place the money aside each month until such a time the council take the account back into their management, when I will make payment of the set aside money to the council. Please also send an itemised statement of account that clearly shows what charges have been added and what for, you are required in statute to supply this information and I look forward to this within 14 days. I am sending the council a copy of this letter and requesting that it be filled with my account for further reference. I hope the above meets your approval and I look forward to your timely reply by letter. Yours faithfully, Do i send one to the council and one to the baliffs? except with the one i send to the council i include a standing order payment (right?) but i dont include that with the baliffs do i? And with this letter it's mostly amed for the council? :S
  13. Ok thanks alot! I had to help her really and im just glad i found this forum other wise i wouldnt of had a clue about what baliffs can & cant do!! like last year some baliffs came (from jacobs) about council tax ect..and my mum let them in and signed a walking possesion agreement ect... and she ended up paying them! And that was that!! then now this letter from rossendales but im glad they havent come in this time and theres not a cat in hells chance they will!.Oh and is jacobs a completly different company to rossendales? thanks
  14. so say we send that letter off to the council and the baliffs, do you think it would be a good idea to send a standing order payment along with that letter to the council ? thanks
  15. No theres nothing like that written on the letter just the amount owed date and his signature... but he said he's coming back around monday or tuesday!
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