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Hi.

 

I have some property in my sister in laws garden, she has a few issues and bailiffs have been turning up.

 

I have no garden which is why I am keeping some stuff in her garden for the moment.

 

Is there any letter or notice I could put on the items to stop a bailiff seizing them from her garden when they belong to me?

 

I would rather not have the agro of having to make a complaint after they have been removed, I would rather they weren't taken at all.

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have you any proof of ownership? If so just give your sister a letter to hand over stating that the items are your property and proof of ownership will be shown by you as an interpleader under CPR pat 85. Having the letter handy may well save you time and effort later.

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one item is a climbing frame with slide, it would cost a lot to replace, the other is a trampoline, which again would cost a lot to replace.

 

about £700 for the climbing frame (new) and £500 for the trampoline (new)

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They wont go by new value. Especially if you got them from freecycle.

Any advice i give is my own and is based solely on personal experience. If in any doubt about a situation , please contact a certified legal representative or debt counsellor..

 

 

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Even if they say they will, they wont take anything like that. Goods will fetch average of 10% of retail value at auction. I wouldnt worry about it.

None of the beliefs held by "Freemen on the land" have ever been supported by any judgments or verdicts in any criminal or civil court cases.

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Never say never. A lot of bailiffs will try and levy out of spite, even though theyre not allowed. They then try and say that they have legal authority to come back and get entry.

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one item is a climbing frame with slide, it would cost a lot to replace, the other is a trampoline, which again would cost a lot to replace.

 

about £700 for the climbing frame (new) and £500 for the trampoline (new)

 

I would be very surprised indeed if a bailiff went to the bother of dismantling and removing such items.

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Visit your local Court or a local Solicitors and get a notorised Statutory Declaration, listing the goods which are yours. the Court may do it for free, the Solicitor shouldn't charge more than £10

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Don't give a tenner to a solicitor. Better to give it to your sister in law to pay off her debt. Like BA says no-one is going to take you stuff. Most gardens in the UK have a mouldy old trampoline in them. Never had them when I was a kid, I had to bounce on my bed.

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