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Removal Expenses Form 9 Question The Distress for rent rules 1988(ameneded)1999

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Certificated bailiff are governed by the Distress for rent rules 1988 (Amended)1999


as far as I can see this includes the forms they must use when levying distress (Form7) walking possession (form 8) Removal expense's (Form9)


AM I correct so far ?


The council tax (administration and enforcement) regulations 1992 allow for


© one attendance with a vehicle with a view to the removing goods (where following the levy goods are not removed)


My Question is about the Removal expenses

on the form 9 it states


The cost of removing/attending to remove (delete as appropriate)Goods on............. for the purpose of sale /safe keeping is calculated as follows


To me this infers that when the bailiff turns up to remove goods under © Charges connected with distress of the council tax administration and enforcement regulations he should leave a form 9 and not a letter saying he has been to remove goods


What if anything am I missing here or am I reading the form wrong ?

Does this Form not apply in these circumstances ?

If this form is only used when goods are actually removed why does it say The cost of removing/attending to remove (delete as appropriate)?

Has the wording on the form been amended/changed at any time if yes when and by who?



Its not a paper exercise and when a bailiff turns up with intentions of removing goods whether goods are removed or not (Furniture as an example) he should arrive in vehicle fit for purpose

I would also assume that the attendance to remove fee will include the costs of a porter again because he is there to remove goods and one man/woman cant remove big items himself


So why it that the Form 9 is never used in these circumstances:???:




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Could be that they looked at how much a removal pantechnicon capable of clearing a house cost per day, so decided to chance it with a Berlingo, and ignore that inconvenient piece of admin that would become part of an account record.

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