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Please can someone help me. My son has a bailiff from Marstons coming to my home for a court fine that was £350 & the other day they hand delivered a letter with a 7 day removal warning & stuck another £200 on it. My point is he lodges with me now as he is 23 yrs old & as he is unemployed had very little in his room, certainly not £550 worth. The rest of the house however has a lot of electrical items & items worth money but not belonging to my son. I have read they can go all over the house but how can thatbe when he rents 1 room. I have also been told that unless I have receipts for all goods they can take them. Some of my things were bought 2nd hand & I have lost receipts to other stuff. Please advise where I stand, I have offered £10 per week to Marstons but they just said too late its with the bailiff who has given 7 days, that was 3 days ago. Do I have to let them in they threatened to come with a locksmith last time. I just cant see how they cantake goods that dont belong to my son.

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there is a statutory declaration template on here somewhere have a look for it or someone will have it to hand and post it


it will cost you £5/10 to get it notarised it basacly says that all goods in the the property belong to you/husband


the bailiff can only levy /seize your sons goods

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You need to complete a statutory declaration that all goods belong to you (template on here) take it to any solicitor and swear it on oath, cost is between £5-£10

Bailiff can then go and whistle dixie.

Hope this helps.




again:lol: this time you were to quick for me 8-)

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I,_______________________ _____ ______________

address__________________ _________________________ ______

_________________________ _________________________ _____

make the following declaration under the Statutory Declarations Act 1959:


All items contained within the property at the above address and within it's boundaries, are owned by Mr XXX XXXX & Mrs XXX XXXX . There are no items within the property or it's boundaries belonging to any other person.


I understand that a person who intentionally makes a false statement in a statutory declaration is guilty of an offence under section 11 of the Statutory Declarations Act 1959, and I believe that the statements in this declaration are true in every particular.




Declared at___________________on__ ________________of 20___

Before me,

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