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Hi

 

Please could anybody advise me around an issue of a levy on a van that is needed in the course of my husbands work. He has had a warrant agaist him from a creditor that we went to court with over 9 times and had a counter claim against, unfortuently my husband had a bad accident and our compay sole trader was closed, all the court letters after this went to the business address. He then recieved a warrant from the baliff, he cannot afford to pay this as has not worked for over a year and we have a young baby to keep, we have been advised that we could go back to court but again this costs money. The baliff now had placed a levy on my husbands van which he will need to for work in a months time and carries his work things i.e. cement mixers etc. The van is also in my name before the levy was placed on the van, can the baliff still remove the van, I have written and provided a copy of the log book.

 

Any advice would be appreciated

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As I understand it, they cannot levy against a van that isn't his, and they cannot apply fees for an illegal levy.

 

I think the fact he requires it for work is enough for them to be unable to levy upon it, but the fact that the van is in your name seems make this irellevant to me.

 

In the even that they will not remove the levy, I think you would have to goto Court, possibly a Form 4, which is free I think.

 

Hope this helps - I ams ure someone with more knowledge than me will be along soon.

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BlurredFX is correct bailiffs cannot levy on a works van and they cannot levy on others peoples property

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Thank you for your help I am getting increaslying anxious that the levy would be enforced and stop my OH being able to commence work again, I have managed to cover his time off so far but don't hink I would be able to keep doing so as have cut all essentials out already and made deals with other prioirity debtors.

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is the van insured as a work vehicle

 

well you come to the right place for any kind of debt problems this is a terrific site welcome

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Are the bailiffs Couty Court or High Court?

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Hi

 

Thank you for the replies, the baliffs are county court, the vechile is insured for business to transport materials to jobs i.e. bathroom suites and windows etc

 

Dantain

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Hi

 

Thank you for the replies, the baliffs are county court, the vechile is insured for business to transport materials to jobs i.e. bathroom suites and windows etc

 

Dantain

 

You should easily be able to suspend the bailiffs warrant, this factsheet shows you how:

 

National Debtline England & Wales | Debt Advice | Factsheet 08 Reducing Payments Or Suspending A Bailiffs Warrant On A County Court Judgment

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