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good morning,

can anyone tell me if it is correct that a bailiff should post a letter, telling my daughter to compile a list of items in her house sign it and send it back? of course ive told her not to do it, i just wanted to know if this is allowed it was sent by Rosendales,

any help appreciated thank you

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Nope. Dont do it.

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Which bailiff is it? Can you give some background

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What is the Debt the bailiffs are collecting

 

Without knowing what the debt can't really advise

 

Is it council tax?

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The bailiff wants to be provided with a signed list of goods in a property so he can claim a levy without peaceful entry? Shame you binned that letter, it is dynamite. I would be rummaging the bin for it. However, she must do NOTHING OF THE KIND.

 

Me being a devious git feels that the bailiff would by judicious scanning and photocopying concoct a signed notice of seizure and claim it as a levy if she were to provide them with a signed list, this levy would be unlawful but the bailiff would probably use it as an instrument of oppression to apply fees that would be unlawful, but he would hope you don;t know that and pay up

 

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It is most certainly not allowed, and Rossendales are a devious bunch.

 

If you could give a little background as to what the debt is for Caggers can help you solve the problem, but tell her to hide any car, and Do Not let the bailiff in under any circumstances, he cannot turn up with locksmiths force entry or have her, taken to prison.

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