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  1. On 6th April the new Taking Control of Goods Regulations 2013 took effect and full details can be read in the various 'STICKY's at the top of this page. One very important "Sticky' relates to the 'transitional' position...which is where an enforcement company had commenced work to enforce the debt before 6th April (under the previous applicable fee scale) but where the debt remained unpaid when the new regulations took effect on 6th April.....and a new fee scale introduced. Although the new regulations have only been in force for 10 days it would appear that some enforcement companies (
  2. On 6th April 2014 the enforcement of debts by certificated bailiffs will dramatically change. On that date the government will be implementing Part 3 of the Tribunals, Court and Enforcement Act 2007. This provides for the replacement of previous powers of bailiff enforcement by a new procedure referred to as: Schedule 12 Procedure known as 'Taking Control of Goods' . Also on 6th April Distress for Rent will be replaced by a power to be known in future as Commercial Rent Arrears Recovery.....or to use it's shortened name; CRAR (as in craft without the f&t). Many previous S
  3. The Taking Control of Goods Regulations 2013. Statutory Notices Notice of Enforcement: This notice must provide the amount of the debt and the relevance Compliance Stage fee. The Notice of Enforcement must state the precise date that the debtor must pay or agree a payment arrangement with the enforcement agent. If the debtor does not pay or agree a payment arrangement by the date specified an enforcement agent will make a personal visit and may seize your belongings. This is called 'taking control'. The notice must also outline the additional fees and expenses that may be
  4. The new regulations for bailiffs will take effect on 6th April and this will have a dramatic effect on enforcement of government debts. The regulations have taken nearly 20 years to be put in place and I am certainly not alone is saying that the regulations should NOT take effect on 6th April and instead should have a start date of October. The reasons are as follows: The Ministry of Justice only released the new fee scale a few weeks ago. Two weeks ago they issued substantial changes (over 60 pages) to the Civil Procedure Rules. Even with the new regulations being just 3 weeks away
  5. Tomtubby, your post Crucially, common law also gets repealed from 6th April. How can you repeal common law? All statutory legislation has to be compatible with common law Interested and curious by that statement, what is exactly being repealed. I am not a FMOTL either promoting that dangerous propaganda
  6. http://www.legislation.gov.uk/uksi/2014/421/made On Friday 28th February the government released The Certification of Enforcement Agents Regulations 2014. This is the third and final set of Regulations which will underpin the Government's reforms to bailiff law. The first set, The Taking Control of Goods Regulations 2013, were laid in Parliament on 30th July last year and set out the procedure enforcement agents must follow when taking control of goods. The second set, the Taking Control of Goods (Fees) Regulations 2014 were laid in Parliament on the 9th January and set out
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