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I've come home today and received a letter from Marstons demanding £175, £90 for the fine and £85 in fees. I was late paying the original fine and it went to £90 so i sent a letter asking if i could pay in 3 monthly instalments to which i have received no reply. They are now demanding the full amount within seven days the bailiffs will turn up to remove goods. Is there anything i can do as they say they are in possession of a magistrates court order? Thanks so much for any help

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The turning up and removing goods is used more as a threat to get the money out of you

however there is right of entry for them if it is a magistrates court fine

are you working

have you submitted income and expenditure to the court


If i have helped in any way hit my star.

any advice given is based on experience and learnt from this site :-)

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I am working, I haven't had any correspondence with the courts at all, it was an on the spot fine

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You need to ensure that you avoid a bailiff visit as this will incur additional fees of £210.

 

Marston Group are allowed to accept payment over 3 months. Did you contact Marston Group for a payment arrangement or the court?

 

Was the letter sent to Marston Group by email or post. I would never suggest post as there is no proof that it was sent.

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