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  1. I had previously posted on this subject on the Taking Control of Goods...General Discussion thread a few weeks ago but unfortunately, it would seem from some recent examples that some enforcement agents and local authorities may be "unaware" of the correct position. With regards to VAT it is fair to say that there had been a great deal of confusion as to whether VAT was chargeable to debtors and this was mainly due to delays at HMRC which ultimately lead to formal announcements being made by MoJ just 2 weeks before the regulations took event on 6th April. To confuse matters even furthe
  2. Notice of Enforcement and how to calculate ‘7 clear days’. The first point to make here is that approx 70% of all business mail is managed by postal providers such as TNT Mail. Although an envelope may carry a Royal Mail logo this merely means that Royal Mail manage the actual delivery to your door. Under the previous regulations (before 6th April 2014) when enforcing a Liability Order there was no provision for the enforcement company to send an initial letter prior to a personal visit. With the enforcement of an unpaid parking charge notice there was also no specific provisi
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