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  1. There are so many press reports recently of debtors being arrested and in this case, found guilty and sentenced to 8 months in prison (suspended). In this case the debtor's car had been moved onto a vehicle trailer by bailiffs from JBW Group and the debtor set the car on fire. Link and word version of story below: http://www.plymouthherald.co.uk/Plymouth-man-set-car-seized-bailiffs/story-26217852-detail/story.html Desperate Bekim Recica, aged 42, set the Vauxhall Zafira ablaze as a recovery company prepared to remove it from outside his home, Plymouth Crown Court heard. The father-of-five had earlier threatened to kill anyone who came near the vehicle. Nobody was hurt but the car was wrecked and the low loader where it was sitting was damaged, the court heard. Handing him a suspended prison sentence, Judge Paul Darlow told him: “It was explained to you that once the car was seized, it no longer belonged to you. “You clearly armed yourself with petrol and made very determined efforts to set fire to the car despite very clear warnings.”
  2. The following story appears on SCOOP today: Officers from Camden Council were left red-faced after High Court enforcement officers gained entry to the town hall last Wednesday and began seizing thousands of pounds worth of local authority owned TVs, computers and printers to repay approx £7,000 owed to a resident. http://www.hamhigh.co.uk/news/court-crime/chaos_at_camden_town_hall_as_high_court_bailiffs_seize_council_computers_to_repay_debt_to_resident_1_3788428
  3. I hope someone can help me, as I'm in a pickle over what to do, here is the situation: I own a vehicle (50/50) with a family member, worth approx. £1800. We are both registered disabled (mobility) but this is not a mobility/leased vehicle (hence low value) From the offset, we agreed the insurance premium would be cheaper if I register as the legal/registered keeper and my relative is stated as additional driver, premium approx. £350 per year. If we reversed this (relative as legal owner/registered keeper), the premium would be approx. £1900 but I realise the bailiff would not be able to seize it as I would be only registered as the additional driver, but I own 50% of the cars value...(my relative has no, no claims premiums)....we would never be able to pay this kind of premium! Basically, in the short term, I will be expecting a knock from the bailiffs (in my sole name), for a debt of approx. £5000, I have no other assets etc, just 50% share in this vehicle (but I am registered as the owner/keeper), I assume the bailiff will just take this, is this allowed even though its not 100% mine? what can I do? Could I be registered as the keeper (keep premium low) but have my relative as the "owner"? I believe, with DVLA, they only hold info and supply to bailiff the registered keeper, the based upon this, they will seize the vehicle?
  4. Hi all, just a quick question I have a payment plan with a hceo for a ccj, i have missed 4 months payments and have recieved a letter asking them to contact them to recommence payment plan if i dont contact them then they will send baliffs round etc . I own a van (used solely for work and is parked away from my home address at the moment just in case ,) however we do have a family car, the log book is in my wifes name and has always been in her name but there is a finance agreement on it in my name. i just want to know if things go bad and the baliffs visit can they seize her car as i dont have a garage in which to hide it ! p
  5. I was convicted of having no insurance recently after a mix up with insurance companies. As a new driver i was given 6 penalty points. Yesterday (sat 16 june 2012) i received a letter from dvla saying my licence would be revoked with effect from 5 days from date of letter (13 june 2012). I was stopped by police at 01.00 hours today and they told me my car was not insured. I explained i had a short term policy cover with ecar from 16 june until 19 june and proved this on ipad via emails from ecar. Then they said my licence was revoked. I explained i got the letter yesterday and it said 5 days? They have seized my car! I found the letter from dvla and contacted police. They came to my house i went outside gave them the letter and insurance proof. They were very rude and said it was the 18 june today; i explained there was no time on letter and 18 june surely lasts until 11.59 this evening? They just drove off? Basically i just need to know where i stand and if the 5 day warning of revokement of licence is inclusive so i can get my car released! P.s i am not a boy racer; i am 40 and me and my family are already being harassed by police after a recent complaint not directly relating to myself. Thanks in advance julieI
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