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evening

 

hope somebody can give me some advice to put my mind at rest,

 

came home from work and there was a open letter in a envelope that says

High court enforcement by hand urgent removal of goods pushed through my door

 

inside letter high court form no55 notice of seizure

 

the name on it is my soon to be ex husband he hasnt lived here for 5 months

 

please can somebody advice me what to do?

 

thank you in advance

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urm..contact the court concerned and go make a statutory declaration to the fact I think?

 

 

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Contact the court and inform them. Get a declaration and make sure you list everything that belongs to you.

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no need to do a list

 

 

simply a declaration that he no longer lives there

 

 

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DCA's view debtors as suckers, marks and mugs

NO DCA has ANY legal powers whatsoever on ANY debt no matter what it's Type

and they

are NOT and can NEVER  be BAILIFFS. even if a debt has been to court..

If everyone stopped blindly paying DCA's Tomorrow, their industry would collapse overnight... 

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If they come back and insist on entry to search for items belonging to him,

 

 

the Stat Dec would render that unlawful,

 

 

just hand a copy to the HCEO/EA and deny them entry,

 

 

they have no right to come in Stat Dec or not,

 

 

and it would be a very bad idea to do so.

 

 

Send a Notarised Copy to the EA company,

 

 

and retain a couple for the Creditor and the visiting EA who may try to seize your car assuming you own one and if it is outside.

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sorry i have a declaration to say that the house and belongs are mine but do i need another one to say he no longer lives here?

 

For the sake of a fiver or so, I'd do another one laying it all out. The house and belongings are yours, he moved out on XX/XX/XXXX and that nothing of his remains in or at the property etc. They can't argue with that.

Please note that my posts are my opinion only and should not be taken as any kind of legal advice.
In fact, they're probably just waffling and can be quite safely and completely ignored as you wish.

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do you think ill be able to send the statutory declaration i have stating everything is owned by myself

with a covering letter stating he doesnt live here and nothing remains in or around the property?

 

 

i wont be able to get to solicitors till after 22nd as im working full time

 

 

my boss is away so i cant get there,

 

 

im worried they can just come in and take our stuff,

 

 

my son is worrying if they come when he gets in from school,

 

 

what a mess that is nothing to do with us

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They can't just come in and take your stuff, if doors are locks. Don't open the door to them. They are not even supposed to brush you to one side when you open the door, but they might attempt to do and say they have gained peaceful entry. Most of the people who do the HCEO work are contractors on behalf of the HCEO, so they just want to collect money.

 

You should speak to the HCEO head office and explain to them what you have told them already. If you are still getting hassle then ask for the high court registration details of the HCEO and make a written complaint to the court.

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thank you for response uncle bulgaria i havnt done anything yet, thats why i was asking would my stat dec be ok with a covering letter explaining ex doesnt live here anymore, sending to court n hceo as i cant get to solicitors office for 2 weeks as i have work full time

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thank you for response uncle bulgaria i havnt done anything yet, thats why i was asking would my stat dec be ok with a covering letter explaining ex doesnt live here anymore, sending to court n hceo as i cant get to solicitors office for 2 weeks as i have work full time

 

Yes should be ok.

 

But I think you should speak to the HCEO head office to explain the situation and say that if you are hassled any further you will make a formal complaint to the court the HCEO is registered with. Ask for details of the HCEO dealing and what court they are registered with.

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That is who you need to write to. A word of caution though in that they are told this sort of thing on a daily basis. Although there is nothing to say you have to tell them I would be giving them his current address if you have it, should get them off your back once & for all.

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The Court will only be concerned with an application from your ex for whatever reason - not a letter from yourself, it is the HCEO that is commanded to attend your address so it is to them you contact.

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You should only need to inform them that the person they are seeking no longer resides at the address they are attending, there should be no need to send a Stat Dec as they can only seize the goods of the debtor. In any case even if they do attend they have no right of entry. As said previously to make matters easier for you give them his new address - that way they are more likely to believe you. I assume you know who the Clreditor is and would send them a copy as well as they are the ones who are responsible for this.

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As a matter of info, creditors will often send an Enforcement Agent to the address of an ex-wife also as despite being an 'ex' they often return to see the kids/wife and stay over.

 

You need to contact the HCEO advising them that your husband has moved out. It would help your cause if you gave them his new address (which the creditors have anyway).

 

I do wonder why a Form 55 has been used as this means that the case pre-dates April 2014.

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