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this has been going round in my head after the neighbours received a bailiff visit for a council fine

 

you cant use an n245 for TEC warrant of execution. my question is could you use it to get the judge to make an order to make monthly payments

 

top and tail is bailiffs bill is for £500 who wont accept monthly payments. saying he just wants the car (which is hidden) council just say its out of their hands and must only deal with the baliffs

 

out of time has been dismissed


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this has been going round in my head after the neighbours received a bailiff visit for a council fine

 

you cant use an n245 for TEC warrant of execution. my question is could you use it to get the judge to make an order to make monthly payments

 

top and tail is bailiffs bill is for £500 who wont accept monthly payments. saying he just wants the car (which is hidden) council just say its out of their hands and must only deal with the baliffs

 

out of time has been dismissed

 

Doubt it as there is no 'judge' involved. The opportunity to pay a reduced amount would of already been given long before a 'warrant' was issued. The only option at this stage would be to apply to the TEC to ask for the 'warrant' to be suspended but you would need real grounds for doing so.

 

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What grounds could use

 

Only one she's got is that she's got no money


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What grounds could use

 

Only one she's got is that she's got no money

 

That, i'm afraid won't work. The TEC will simply throw it out. If that is the only defense she has of not being liable for the original penalty or that she hasn't received the associated notices, then it simply mean the bailiffs will continue to pursue.

 

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I would always urge to seek face to face professional advice for clarification prior to taking any action.

 

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I would always urge to seek face to face professional advice for clarification prior to taking any action.

 

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yes

left a letter you owe £495. she called them and they said they wont go into a payment plan because the have levied on the car (never seen the car. got reg from PNC) and it will cover the debt. car now hidden


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N244 is only an appeal against the rejection of a statutory declaration, I think.

 

Best thing to do is post your query on the bailiff section of this forum instead.

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