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Hi

 

I had a Bailiff knocking this morning

they posted a removal notice through my door.

 

 

On the back it says about them using lock smiths to gain entry.

 

 

The money they are chasing is for an unpaid parking fine.

 

 

My question is are they able to gain access using a locksmith?

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YES its a court fine. but very rare

 

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It's just a normal parking ticket. I've had a lot on and wanted to send them some letters but haven't got round to it. Is it worth replying by post to this notice?

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Hi

 

I had a Bailiff knocking this morning they posted a removal notice through my door.

 

On the back it says about them using lock smiths to gain entry. The money they are chasing is for an unpaid parking fine.

 

 

My question is are they able to gain access using a locksmith?

 

If you are certain that the debt is for a local authority issued penalty charge notice then the simple answer is that NO, there is no right for the enforcement agent to gain entry by way of locksmith.

 

 

However, the enforcement agent is permitted to 'remove goods in your absence' but this is not to be confused with gaining entry by force.

 

 

The reference to 'removing goods in your absence' refers to instances where for example, there may be a vehicle on your driveway etc.

 

PS: Do you still have the vehicle that was involved in the road traffic contravention?

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