Had a knock on my door and was confronted by either a Bailiff or enforcement agent (not sure about the specific job title). When I opened the door he stuck his foot in so I couldn't close the door. I was video taping him so I took a few steps backward (to get him in shot) and he just fully entered the property despite me saying that I was denying him entry and he refused to leave thereafter.
Turns out that he was there to collect a court issued fine. I think from a Magistrates Court. He worked for this outfit:
The reason for the fine was something to do with "driving without car insurance". Now I had a cheap car a few years ago but it broke down and would cost more to fix than it was actually worth. So I sold the car for scrap and cancelled the insurance. Turns out you have to inform the DVLA when you scrap a car and them that it is no longer on the road (I was unaware). So this was the circumstances of the visit.
My question is did he have the lawful right to enter the property? I always thought these people were like vampires i.e. they can only come in if you invite them in.
Is it a bit strange that there is this very similar case that has caused some confusion on pepipoo?
It seems to be the same place, the same date and a similar allegation, but the pepipoo incident was at 08:26 hours rather than 08:32 hours, and the speed was 10mph slower. Is this just a coincidence?
EDIT: The OP on pepipoo seems to be strongly objecting to the way in which the charge is combining excess speed with an overtake within a crossing.
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