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  1. I totally forgot!! I was asked previously what was on the Bailiff's inventories, which was as follows: First (as per the list he asked me to prepare): 1 x tv 1 x dvd player 1 x beige 3 seater settee 1 x ipod docking system 1 x Apple ipod 1 x PC monitor 1 x PC tower Second (when he 'realised' there were 2 debts): 1 x colour tv 1 x dining table (round) 1 x microwave 1 x coffee table 1 x bookcase 1 x DVD collections Also, the fees etc he charged were as follows: £24.50 first visit fee £18.00 second visit fee £39.00 levy fee £12.00 walking posess
  2. Thanks again Hallowitch! I will phone the Council tomorrow morning and report back. I did go on Rossendale's website to check my account this evening and they haven't removed the second lot of fees yet so I will query this as the bloke at the Council said he would contact them today.
  3. Hi and thanks very much to hallowitch for the advice! Just to give you an update... I rang Erewash Borough Council today and spoke to their Recovery Team Leader. I put the 3 points to him as suggested by hallowitch (below) and his response was as follows: Apparently, I should have been charged only one lot of fees and he is going to take this up with Rossendales!!! He said that someone else had complained to him about the same thing this morning! Re: points 1 and 2, he said that he will look into the current regulations, speak to Rossendales and get back to me. So... thank you ve
  4. Hi, i wonder if anyone can offer me some advice please? Last Tuesday I came home to find a letter from Rossendales with regard to my Council Tax debt, stating that if i paid £150 initially, i could pay by instalments, etc. I rang the bailiff and explained that I was willing to give him a cheque that day for the £150 and arrange to pay by instalments but that I didn't wan him to enter my house that day as my two children (aged 10 and 14) would be at home, one of them is autistic and i didn't want them tobe present when he visited. I suggested he come the next day or on Saturday to give me an op
  5. Hi, i wonder if anyone can offer me some advice please? Last Tuesday I came home to find a letter from Rossendales with regard to my Council Tax debt, stating that if i paid £150 initially, i could pay by instalments, etc. I rang the bailiff and explained that I was willing to give him a cheque that day for the £150 and arrange to pay by installments but that I didnt wan him to enter my house that day as my two children (aged 10 and 14) would be at home, one of them is autistic and i didn't want them tobe present when he visited. I suggested he come the next day or on Saturday to give me an
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