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Hi sorry if in wrong place but we recived a letter todayfrom jacobs bailiff attendance 24 hour notice as we moved in feb to new house but while we was living there we was on benefits as my girlfriend is disabled and i care for her but i started a 16 hour a week job to help me get out of house and they stoped our money sayin i was earning too much at min wage which at time was 97 pound a week so we got everything back on track and the council tax wasnt back dated and we totaly forgot about it till the jacobs letter come to new house do we after pay jacobs or can we ring the councill up to sort out payments to save costs too or do we gotta go with jacobs thank you for your help

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you can pay council direct (although they will insist you cant and must deal with bailiff), best to pay using online system (make sure you use correct council ref number), if and when Jacobs turn up you dont have to talk to them, you must not let them in, they have no right of entry, they cant get police to get entry, they cant get you arrested, they cant get a locksmith, they cant break in and a friend even had the line "we will have to get social services to look after kids while we get you into prison" that is a lie, they dont have a van in area to take your stuff, and no they cant take kids presents (another line done at Christmas). Stay off phone to bailiff. so pay council, either full amount if you can or regular amounts each week (or month), and ignore bailiff and his/her empty threats.


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Cause my gf that nervous and as acnaphobia fear of ppl she aranged to meet with baillif friday wot shall i do

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Is this letter a walk in order letter or just a threat thank you guys for replys

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Hi sorry if in wrong place but we recived a letter todayfrom jacobs bailiff attendance 24 hour notice as we moved in feb to new house but while we was living there we was on benefits as my girlfriend is disabled and i care for her but i started a 16 hour a week job to help me get out of house and they stoped our money sayin i was earning too much at min wage which at time was 97 pound a week so we got everything back on track and the council tax wasnt back dated and we totaly forgot about it till the jacobs letter come to new house do we after pay jacobs or can we ring the councill up to sort out payments to save costs too or do we gotta go with jacobs thank you for your help

 

sounds like a standard letter the bailiffs have NO right of entry and can NOT force entry deny bailiffs a levy and not a lot they can do

 

I would say you are classed as a vulnerable household so bailiff action must now stop and no fees added on

provide proof to the council in writing copy in your local MP

 

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Hide any car, and keep the doors locked, Jacobs are liable to clamp the car parked nearest your home whether they have the right to or not deny them a levy and they are relatively powerless


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Personally speaking I would go out and let him waste his time. Seriously though the most important things are:

record the conversation - they do have selective memories otherwise

do not commit to pay what you cannot afford

under no circumstances allow him entry to your home - this will be what he is after and it will cost you big time in the long run

 

Take the time and do some reading on here of other threads to get a flavour of what happens. Do you know how much is owing? You need to speak to someone at the Council and ask the following questions:

1 - how many Liability Orders they have against you

2 - the dates they were obtained

3 - the addresses they were for

4 - the period of time each covers

5 - how much each one was for

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Well the car is dla car so they can not touch it or they add it 176 poubd oweing

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Have they left a notice of seizure listing the car? If so a Motability car cannot be seized so if they have inform Jacobs that the car is Motability, on lease so exempt, they may say they will take it anyway, but they know they are up the creek if they do. They would have to remove all fees associated with the levy


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No seizure thanks for replying but no levy at all did not enter the house at all

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