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Hi , Do I have to let the bailiffs into my home for a non domestic rates bill ? .

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Hello there.

 

I'll move this to the Bailiffs forum, the guys should be able to help you. I'll leave a short term link here for you.

 

My best, HB


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tell us the story...

 

if this is business rates NO!!

 

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I don't think so, keep them out and hide any motor, other help will be along soon,

 

would you provide a few details first, how much is the debt and which council and bailiffs is this?


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Hi ,

 

I went into buisness running a pub with someone i thought was a friend (first mistake).

 

I was to run the pub and she'd pay all the bills and do the books .

Worked fine for a while .

Then we had a falling out .

 

We shut the pub as really wasnt worth the time and effort ,

 

We weren't making any money it was all just pay out .

 

She hadnt paid alot of the bills Gas, Electric,the rates .

But as Id left the pub all the bills kept going there and it was only when the bailiffs turned up on my doorstep

that i have fouund out about the rates bill .

 

Ive called the council stoke on trent and the lady there told me there wasnt anything she could do as it had already gone to court .

 

I also asked her how this bill was only in my name and not in both names as we had both taken on the tenancy of the pub

and she told me it was because i was the named licencee (Which i was not )

the owners of the pub were then the bills all come to just me .

 

She told me she couldent stop the bailiffs and that I would have to pay what i owed then sue my so called friend for her half of the bills .

 

As we stand now there are so many bills outstanding from the pub and my own bills that i am trying to save up enough money

to declare myself bancrupt as i see this as my only option .

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being the licensee is NOT proof you owe the bill!

 

however a joint tenancy agreement is.

 

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Hi , Do I have to let the bailiffs into my home for a non domestic rates bill ? .

 

I have read your extended post but I think we need to start here.......if you traded as a ltd company then the only place in which they can enforce are the 'offices' to that company, if you traded as a partnership you will need to let us know the terms of the agreement, normally unless there is a written agreement outlining who would be responsible for what

 

If there is no written agreement, all partners:

- share profits equally;

- cover losses equally; and

- take equal responsibility for the business's activities and trading.

WD

 

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Thanks for the help , It was a straight forward tenancy agreement between both of us . I havent a clue as to how all the bills have ended up in my name only .My problem at the moment is the bailiffs can they enter my house for none domestic rates .Im ignoring them at the moment .

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Thanks for the help , It was a straight forward tenancy agreement between both of us . I havent a clue as to how all the bills have ended up in my name only .My problem at the moment is the bailiffs can they enter my house for none domestic rates .Im ignoring them at the moment .

 

They can't force entry unless you let them in first imho.


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With business rates the Bailiff will have you believe he has greater powers and can charge higher or different fees, the truth is he cannot. He will be pi**ed as he cannot use the premises you traded from as a lever to force payment. Whatever happens do as everyone else says and deny him entry to your home. If at all possible you must start to make payments - preferably direct to the Council - or they may decide at a later date to take extra action which may be subject to a Committal Hearing.


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