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Some advice please.

 

My Daughter has recieved a demand fron Dukes Baillifs, the problem is it's not even her debt.

 

The person who is named is someone who untill recently lived two doors away and was always getting into trouble with money.

 

The letter says they can break in and remove goods to the value of, this is worrying my Daughter as she works during the day and does not want to come home to an empty house,

 

she has rung them but they insist that they can take what they want and it's up to her to prove them wrong.

 

How do we stop this.

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court fine?

 

else they cant break in.

 

do you know which court?

 

ring and tell 'em they've the wrong address on the 'warrant'? is it?


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I didn't get to many details as my daughter is now at work but seems the letter does not say what it's about.

She rang them but as far as they are concerned it's the correct address and she's trying to pull a fast one saying she has to prove them wrong.

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They will go to whatever address is on the warrant, or the court sent them too.

 

your sister needs to make an appointment at teh court for it, and to prove to the bailiff the address is wrong. The bailiff should then investigate and/or sent it back to the court. Not persist.

 

They hear a ton of excuses every day, but they still need to investigate.


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Is this council Tax . a Council PNCN or a Magistrates fine? Are dukes even allowed to collect magistrates fines?


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O.K. thanks I'll pass on the advice.

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knowing dukes they'll say they can break in on council tax debts!!


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O.K. thanks I'll pass on the advice.

 

The debt that Dukes would be enforcing would be either for an unpaid penalty charge notice or alternatively, council tax arrears.

 

It should be a very simple matter of getting your daughter to email the company with some evidence of her identity. A copy of a utility bill or better still; a copy of her council tax bill should suffice.

 

Does the letter indicate which local authority the debt is owed to?

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I'll talk to her later and find out more and update this.

 

Thanks

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