Marston High Court Help in Bailiffs - Help with Dealing with Bailiffs and Enforcement Agents including HCEO Posted December 3, 2018 · Edited December 3, 2018 by ukr-nffc grammar Thanks for the replies. My main concern regards things in the property that aren't mine. I don't have a car and I think the largest-value asset I have is £300 camera (that I use for an aspect of my work) I got for my birthday a year ago. Plus the usual sundry electronics and clothes/books etc. Like in my original post - my housemates have Apple laptops and our flat has a decent-sized TV, technology - plus musical instruments and the like (all bought by housemates before we moved into here). NONE OF THESE THINGS ARE MINE. And I obviously don't want to cause them any hassle for mistakes I have made? Now, the tricky thing here is I don't know if they have proof of purchase as it was so long ago so there's a difficulty as I can't prove the negative. Forgive my ignorance but I really don't know how bailiffs work in terms of choosing what to take control of as, basically anything of value in the house isn't mine. Is there guidance on this sort of thing and is there anything you would suggest I consider doing before any visit?