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If I have garden tools or any levyable (?) objects lying around in the garden, or if a bailiff happens to stop by while my car is parked outside the house, and he levies said objects or the car, does that then give him the right to return and force entry into the house, or is he only allowed to pick up and remove the garden tools that he has levied (or take away the car if it's still there)?

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no in these circumstances he has no right to enter the property

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If I have garden tools or any levyable (?) objects lying around in the garden, or if a bailiff happens to stop by while my car is parked outside the house, and he levies said objects or the car, does that then give him the right to return and force entry into the house, or is he only allowed to pick up and remove the garden tools that he has levied (or take away the car if it's still there)?

 

If he has levied upon a car or goods OUTSIDE of the property then he MUST record this on a Notice of Seizure of Goods & Inventory.

 

If the debt then remains unpaid or if you have defaulted on any payment arrangement made, then the bailiff can indeed return TO REMOVE ONLY THOSE GOODS PREVIOUSLY LEVIED UPON.

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