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  1. This is a very general question and I would like to keep it general. If a bailiff pursuing debt gains peaceful entry to an outbuilding of a house, does it grant him right to force entry into the main building. In my case, the outbuilding is a detached garage with an adjoining annexe, both of which are detached from my house. The debtor is occupying this annexe and not the main house and has no property in my main house. I don't mind giving access to this outbuilding but I don't want the bailiff to gain access to my house. The annexe is not a separate address.
  2. Hi, Hope I'm in the right place. Looking for some guidance regard some work done on a flat roof to an outbuilding done on my Father in Laws property. The workmen came and did the work, he paid them and the next day he noticed that parts of the felt had not been fully secured. He has now contacted them twice to come back and put it right, they have stated a day for them to comeback and sort it out twice, but both times they have not turned up. What should be our next step, any help gratefully received.
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