How much should a bailiff be charging in fees

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#1 How much should a bailiff be charging in fees

Post by TGK » 17 Dec 2017 20:33

I have received a statement from the council stating I owed £263. The bailiff charged a total of £686.94 making his fee £423.94. Is this correct?

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#2 Re: How much should a bailiff be charging in fees

Post by Schedule 12 » 17 Dec 2017 21:05

The fees are £75 when you receive a Notice of Enforcement. When the bailiff attends, its £235 a total of £310. Nothing else.

You might have been charged a liability order fee, and if the council is unable to explain its disbursements including the economies of scale when applying for them in bulk, you can reclaim it, except for the last £3.
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#3 Re: How much should a bailiff be charging in fees

Post by TGK » 18 Dec 2017 09:53

Thank you

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