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  1. Thanet District Council. They are not interested and my only of contacting the CEO was stopped through the ward councillor. It's now a question of complaints and not getting brushed off. I'm led to believe that the only body an EA would have to explain themselves to is a judge and that an expensive risk based on a code of conduct. The only thing that did cross my mind was that if a CGA was incorrectly used would the events surrounding it become a criminal offence? Unlikely I imagine
  2. An update from this morning. My parents Ward councillor had no interest in mediation on there behalf with the council and could not understand the circumstances with my debt their home. Phoenix contacted me saying they did not accept the affidavit or tenancy agreement as proof of ownership of the goods. The CGA still stands because the EA claims I agreed to it! The only way to take this off my folks was full payment £422 as a payment plan leaves the CGA/warrant still hanging over them. I now have to rely on Phoenix complaint s procedure as they wouldn't suspend action while it was dealt w
  3. Thank you for the above posts and advice. No body cameras were worn and I approached Phoenix with regards to making payment but explained that after the incident with my parents I wasn't prepared to pay the bailiff fee until their actions had been investigated. I don't want the complaint to be brushed under the carpet. I have not been asked for an alternative address and the attitude of Phoenix is that it's not an issue as the have the CGA signed by my father regardless how they got it. I made a mistake forgetting the ticket and have no issue with the penalty only the
  4. Hi thanks for your response. I have already made clear I do not live at this address and when I tried to make an arrangement with Phoenix was told to pay in full as per the controlled goods agreement. I agree with all your points above however I'm led to believe that they are all a civil matter and no crime has been committed even with manipulation of the warrant (in my eyes) I'm again trying to deal with the council to see sense.
  5. No and they have not asked for it. I assume that would cancel the warrant so they are hanging onto the control goods agreement at the address the car is registered at.
  6. That's my understanding but when it's been ignored what can i do? The complaints process takes time and in the meantime my parents are genuinely scared. Conversation with Phoenix and the council to take my parents out of the situation have been pointless and a common sense approach ignored.
  7. Hi I hope my above post answers your questions. The good s listed are the entire contents of the house excluding essentials. They have no receipts after 50 years of marriage. The affidavit has been sent to Phoenix along with tenancy renewal agreement to prove the goods are not mine. Phoenix claim the signed agreement nullifies that even though it's clear the agreement was signed under extreme and intimidating circumstances by a third party?
  8. Thank you for responding I'll give a more details now,sorry it's a bit long winded. At 6.30am last Thursday 2 EAs from a company called Phoenix turned up at my parents house looking for me to pay a parking ticket from last year. My father who is 75 explained I don't live there and I'm their landlord. He then phoned me and passed the phone to the agent I explained the situation and said I can't make a payment immediately and that it's the first I'd heard after forgetting about the ticket. He said the car is registered at that address and that's all that mattered a
  9. I would like some reliable advice on my current bailiff situation. A bailiff recently turned up at my parents home, I own the house, they are tenants, with a tenancy agreement. The bailiff refused to acknowledge this and gained entry by placing a foot in the door and pushing my elderly father aside. He then took an inventory of their belongings and bullied my father into singing the inventory. During this time I spoke to the bailiff on the phone, advised him I was unaware of the money owed, was happy to pay and did not live at that address. Bailiff refused to
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