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we live in a house-share and we keep getting notices of intent from the Bailif to enter our property to claim goods. The Bailif is under the impression Mr. K who moved away still lives here. MR. K just loves to speed and his fines are in excess of £2000. We've written to the DVLA and the Bailifs to prove that we are now renting the premises and that he moved away in May but we keep getting new fines and new Bailifs pop around who now threaten to enter the property when nopbody is around or if they find any slightly open windows despite us all showing driving liscences, passports, utility bills and knickers with our names written on the inside of the labels.


Mr. K whom nobody can get hold of moved away in May 2009 and I kid you not when I say all the weemen in the house are freaked the hell out in fear of some bailif coming in to posess our goods.


What can we do so the DVLA would stop stalking us?


Much appreciated

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Can you talk to the council?


If these are speeding fines then these will be from the magistrates court. If there are any PCN ones then the above is correct go to the Council.


In relation to the speeding fines / any other magistrates court fines, I would write two letters, one to the bailiff company copmplaining about the actions of the bailiff in question and explaining that you have all identified yourselves on many occasions. Ask for confirmation of the date and court where he is certified (this will put them on notice that you intend to complain to the court in question about the bailiff himself) and advise that you will complain about them to the OFT if this continues.


Next write a similar letter to the court which has issued the warrants and advise them of the same (not the OFT bit). Give them ten working days to respond before you escalate your complaint to the Area Directors office. Also explain that you will hold them responsible for any actions taken by the bailiff in the meantime. Get the letter to the court done ASAP as that will undoubtedly be the best way of calling off the dogs.


Good luck.

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