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  1. I always watch things that relate to High Court Enforcement. After all his bravado on here, it is not suprising that ohitsonlyme has gone very quiet..... He clearly lost.
  2. If you believe the fees are incorrect, you can have the fees taxed by way of a detailed assessment. Issuing a claim like Bartok suggests may end up costing you dearly as above is the correct way to deal with this.
  3. Even if that is true the OP should not have tried to attack her after. Especially in front of the Police and her children.
  4. There is an element of truth here. If you do have a warrant issued against you then you could be stopped at a Police ANPR check. Usually, the bailiffs, DVLA and immigration are there too.
  5. If the bailiff genuinely did all that the OP says then she should be prosecuted. From the OP posts and comments I would bet there is more to this than she claims. It's clear that the OP has anger issues as she admits to trying to attack the bailiff and had to be restrained by Police. Very impressive in front of her children....
  6. If you're refering to recent eviction then it's hardly Sheforce's fault that the trespassers kicked off....
  7. Again, you might be potentially vulnerable. You do not automatically qualify as vulnerable. "Those who might be potentially vulnerable include: the elderly; people with a disability; the seriously ill; the recently bereaved; single parent families; pregnant women; unemployed people; and, those who have obvious difficulty in understanding, speaking or reading English."
  8. Your usual blinkered self HW. As above, the OP already admitted she 'went for her' and had to be handcuffed by the police. I wonder if the bailiff will press charges for assault.... Q: Why is that the OP needed a visit from the bailiff for 'one' of her unpaid council tax accounts to prompt her into paying? A: Because she wouldnt have paid the council tax we all have to pay otherwise. If your going to try and get out of paying what you owe, dont bleet when it gets passed to the bailiffs....
  9. I would guess the clamp was removed because the car would not fetch the required sums to meet the costs of removal and auction. Clearly, the threat of removal did not prompt you to pay what you owe. As you previously attacked the bailiff in your home, it was therefore necessary for her to have the police in attendance.
  10. If the debts fall under the consumer credit act, then an HCEO cannot enforce unless it is over £25k.
  11. Please remember that the National Standards for Enforcement Agents state: Those who might be potentially vulnerable include: the elderly; people with a disability; the seriously ill; the recently bereaved; single parent families; pregnant women; unemployed people; and, those who have obvious difficulty in understanding, speaking or reading English. Clearly, this does not mean that everybody falling into those categories automatically qualifies as vulnerable.
  12. That's not true. Just because one item may not be eligable for removal, doesnt mean the other assets arent seized. There is nothing wrong with attending a residential address for a Ltd Co debt. But it is only goods of the company that are liable for removal.
  13. This is ridiculous. Tell Jacobs to keep it and issue a claim against them for the full worth. When you get your judgment, pass it to an HCEO...
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