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  1. Yes is another ThreatOgram, Ignore until a proper LBA from their solicitor.
  2. This could go round in circles, the bailiff wants his fees so might carry on until TFL call him off, might be an issue if he clamps Rattlywelshboy's car for the deceased companies debt, and it ends up as a Third party claim that might even escalate to Interpleader if the bailiff removed the vehicle. Needs clarification, as TFL and Marstons aren't going to give up on their payday without a fight, even though on the face of it the debtor is as dead as the Norwegian Blue in the Python sketch, and the debt is technically irrecoverable..
  3. That is a definite possibility, that OOT is a good idea, if accepted it will reset the debt to the original sum to pay or dispute and remove the bailiff fees.
  4. Don't think he can take your goods for a defunct Company debt, but he will want the money so might just carry on Enforcement hoping you pay up, as in keep calling but do nothing that might give him grief later like clamping your car. The regulars will probably give some salient advice soon.
  5. Quite possibly then the nailiff cannot collect, I would hide any motors for now, perhaps BA, or one of the regulars will pop in to confirm, that as vehicle was registered with the Company it would be liable. Do you still have the vehicle?
  6. One way you might hear something is if they sell the debt on to another bottom feeder, they get the same treatment SB letter if it did happen. They should give up if they know, that you know is SB so unenforceable.
  7. Absolutely Unclebulgaria, it was designed as Digital by Default from the outset, the Welfare Rights advisors have been very busy where I am since it went Full UC, have been issues shall we say, and Housing Associations are struggling to ciope with natural migration as tenants have a Change of circs, so have to move to UC.
  8. For a Civil Debt they would have to have a Controlled Goods Order with the items properly listed and a copy sined by the debtor. before they could apply to force entry.
  9. Yes thanks both Have been on the phone to a UC call centre today to help someone in my Council ward, they said that there is NO paper based system, but if someone is blind or has a vulnerability that makes it difficult to access then what TomTom has linked to is a way to do it. That mythbuster link is very useful indeed. DWP are known for pushing easy options (for them) but will help at a Jobcentre if no other way.
  10. It will depend on what name was on the V5 at DVLA at the time of the issue of the PCN, if you could respond to BA we can advise further.
  11. Thanks for that info TomTom, they try their utmost to force them down the digital route where I live.
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