They don’t need video (or even stills).
People were convicted of these offences (based on testimony alone) even before speed devices, speed cams, and video evidence.
Having a speed device showing the OP was doing 59 in a 40? Just makes it more likely they can “prove beyond reasonable doubt”.
If they can't serve the papers to you personally, they will use other ways to proceed with your bankruptcy in your absence.
It just means that you won't have had the opportunity to challenge the process and it could therefore make things more difficult for you.
I am not quite sure what you hope might happen, if the bankruptcy is delayed a couple of months. Given the property has not sold in 4 years, it seems unlikely there is going to be a sudden change in fortune.
I would suggest that you obtain local advice about your current circumstances . Many Solicitors offer a free half hour consultation. There are local insolvency advisors. You need to understand why it may be better to cooperate with the process now, rather than avoid contact, hoping that delay is your friend.
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