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  1. The following statement was released a few days ago by the Government. This is in response to a Daily Mail campaign earlier this year regarding individuals who have found themselves unable to get a mortgage or credit because of the existence of a judgment against them that they were unaware of (usually because all correspondence had been sent to a previous address). Depending on the outcome, this consultation could have far reaching consequences for bailiff enforcement. Currently, in relation to council tax arrears, a local authority are permitted to issue a summons to the '
  2. I write frequent press articles for CCR Public Sector publication. This important publication is read by senior professional workin in finance, collections, revenues, benefits and enforcement and is also read by most government agencies. The link below is to a copy of an article that I wrote for the June 2014 edition and concerns a very serious change that has been made to the Council Tax regualtions whereby a local authority are no longer under a legal obligation to send a debtor a '14 day letter' to advise that a Liability Order has been authorised and that if payment is not made with
  3. ]I was in arreas with my Council Tax (with Hammersmith & Fulham borough), due to late and non-payments and my account was passed to the Magistrates Court who issued a Liability Order, and have now passed my account to Whyte & Co Bailiffs (WC). I received the attached letter from WC which states that my case has been referred to the bailiff who will be calling me shortly. And that I am therefore adviced to contact the bailiff directly to discuss the matter (name of bailiff and mobile number has been given on the letter). The letter further states that failure to contact the bailiff
  4. Hi, There I am in need of some advice as to what options I have based on my situation. I have had a call from the bailiffs at my house regarding owed council tax arrears. He has shown a standard bailiff letter which notes that I have 2 liability order against me on the property. One is for £2400 and the other is for £1600. The bailiffs are Equita with L Jefferies the Bailiff in Charge. I do know I have been owing the council some arrears but due to some financial circumstances I have not been able to keep up with payments agreed previously. I don't recall seeing liability ord
  5. My situation is this: I was diagnosed as bipolar a long time ago. I now work part-time (18 hours) but in the past I claimed Incapacity benefit, housing and council tax benefits from Hackney Council. I moved from Hackney in 2006. Before Christmas I was sent notice of historic LOs for council tax for 2004, 2005 and 2006 - the council tax was due in those years I think. Because my mental health is an enduring issue I live in a pretty bad state of disorganisation and I didn't open the letters about the enforcement of the LOs until last week, which is also when the bailiff for Chandlers
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