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  1. A debt collection agent turned up at my office and levied a car on the car park which did not belong to us. (the debt is for a LTD company stock issue and not a debt for a car) I explaned that the car was not an asset but the agent was screaming like a demented banshi shouting that he has ordered a tow truck to collect the car. I continued to explain that the car was not mine. He disappeared , a tow truck never did arrive BUT I have now received a charge of £500 on top of the original debt for this idiots 10 mins of pleasure. Question: 1) Can DCA just simply pick any object they lay there greedy eyes on and place a levy on it? 2) Can I sue the DCA for the return of the extortion fee?? Any guidence would be appreciated. Thanks
  2. Hi I had Equita bailiff visit and he left a letter of his intention to seize my goods.Having read up quite a lot on what he can do etc,im still at a loss to several things. There is an old caravan in my garden which has not been moved in about 8 years or more,it is virtually derelict and am sure the wheels will be seized up.If bailiff levys this does he then have right to enter my property as i dont want to let him in. I owe £1375 for this years council tax.I work 23hrs per week and my husband has lost his job and started claiming job seekers allowance including council tax benifit. I have contacted the council and explained all this but they say i have to deal with bailiff. Would contacting magistrates court be of any use? We also have an old car which is not at our property Sorry for prattling on but really dont know what to do and my head is buzzing with worry.Any advise would be really helpful Thanks
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