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Baliff's and Council Tax - This Provision is usually IGNORED

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Hi all

A little more looking at Bailiff Law and Civil debt it seems most Councils when using Bailiff's ignore THIS provision .................#




Your council can send bailiffs to your home to seize property to sell. The money raised goes towards paying your debt, plus costs. The billing authority must send a letter two weeks before the bailiff’s first visit stating how much money you owe under the Liability Order.





From what I've seen and read on these Forums and elsewhere it would appear that this particular obligation is often ignored or forgotten about by Local Councils - so if like me you are in a position where the Council is refusing to take any payments you can add this also to cases where a Bailiff is acting illegally.


Hope this might be of use with Recalcitrant councils who just rely on THUGS to do their business while short circuiting full due legal processes.




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