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If you have a shed in your back garden, which locked by means of a yale lock, and further secured with 2 12,000lb maglocks, alarmed and has no windows. So wihtout the keys and a swipe there is no easy way to get in, other than causing deliberate and considerable damge. This shed is also covered by 24hr CCTV.

 

Can a bailiff force entry into this building or would it be the same as your home and must be peaceful entry?

 

I work form home and I am about to move my office into a new shed in the garden, and althoguh I am not expecting any visits from anyone, it just got me thinking if they could do it or not?

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As far as I know, HCEOs can force entry to detached garages and sheds etc. NOT sure if "ordinary" bailiffs can though!

 

Someone will come along soon to advise you.

 

Good luck!

 

 

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English law isn't my speciality, but as far as I am aware, the equiv. legislation in Scotland allows Sheriff Officers to seize goods 'outside the premises' by way of an attachment order. Anything inside must be by way of 'exceptional attachment order' which are harder to get.

 

Then again, powers in Scotland allow Sheriff Officers to open lockfast premises - and charge the debtor for a locksmith to do it!


A debt collector for my sins; I hope any advice I can offer of the industry can help. It might help me sleep at night.

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If you have a shed in your back garden, which locked by means of a yale lock, and further secured with 2 12,000lb maglocks, alarmed and has no windows. So wihtout the keys and a swipe there is no easy way to get in, other than causing deliberate and considerable damge. This shed is also covered by 24hr CCTV.

 

Can a bailiff force entry into this building or would it be the same as your home and must be peaceful entry?

 

I work form home and I am about to move my office into a new shed in the garden, and althoguh I am not expecting any visits from anyone, it just got me thinking if they could do it or not?

 

Never mind forcing entry - the Bailiff could actually seize the shed. Removal however could be another matter.

 

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