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It depends what they are collecting for and sometimes is a grey area. As far as I am aware the NSEAs ( National Standards for Enforcement Agents ) say that enforcement should be carried out between the hours of 6am and 9pm, and not on Sundays, bank holidays, Good Friday or Christmas Day, unless the court specifically orders otherwise. They also state that enforcement agents should be aware of the dates for religious festivals and carefully consider the appropriateness of undertaking enforcement on any day of religious or cultural observance or during any major religious or cultural festival.

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It depends what they are collecting for and sometimes is a grey area. As far as I am aware the NSEAs ( National Standards for Enforcement Agents ) say that enforcement should be carried out between the hours of 6am and 9pm, and not on Sundays, bank holidays, Good Friday or Christmas Day, unless the court specifically orders otherwise. They also state that enforcement agents should be aware of the dates for religious festivals and carefully consider the appropriateness of undertaking enforcement on any day of religious or cultural observance or during any major religious or cultural festival.

 

There is no strict law to say what time a bailiff can turn up but it is reasonable from 6am till 9pm and 10pm in some cases. A bailiff can work on a Sunday if executing a magistrate court warrant. As to religious festivals it is up to the local council to inform companies if they do not want enforcement carried out. One particular council will not let enforcement start until after 7am.

 

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