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I have no idea..only you know what you have bought..it sounds to me like the bailiff is acting as a process server and they don't usually chase debts they just serve legal documents.

 

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Have you begun a divorce, and have you asked, or likely to have documents served on your (ex) spouse?

 

This link may be an indication if you read the persons post

 

http://www.wikivorce.com/divorce/Divorce-Advice/General-Divorce/199909-D80B-help.html

 

They had Bailiff's serve divorce papers on ex, and the Bailiff returned a form with D90 marked in the corner.

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He's trying to divorce me and I'm making it as difficult as I can. So, that's probably the answer. Thank you so much for your time.

 

Ah, I suspect its just a process serving form then.

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