Marston's final notice yesterday removal notice today

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#1 Marston's final notice yesterday removal notice today

Post by Sorrylittlelot » 26 Jul 2017 18:55

Hi,

I have an unpaid fine via magistrate court for driving offence.

I called the court in may to arrange an income/expense form but I never called back to complete it as I noticed an attachment of earnings coming from my wages which I thought out was for this fine. Turns out it's not and now I've had these two and delivered notes whilst I've been at work.
I can't pay if in one go, not a chance.

Any help of what to do greatly appreciated.

Thanks

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#2 Re: Marston's final notice yesterday removal notice today

Post by Schedule 12 » 26 Jul 2017 19:20

A Marston final Notice counts for nothing as far as regulations go. Were you given a Notice of Enforcement? Looks like this > http://www.dealingwithbailiffs.co.uk/TC ... tion6.html

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#3 Re: Marston's final notice yesterday removal notice today

Post by Sorrylittlelot » 26 Jul 2017 19:26

I work away a lot so get a lot of post when I return but I'm 99.99% sure I've not had one of those

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#4 Re: Marston's final notice yesterday removal notice today

Post by Schedule 12 » 26 Jul 2017 21:45

Marston habitually does not give a Notice of Enforcement. They were caught after admitting sending it to an empty address. The debtor collected his post and it wasn’t there.

Debtors often pay on receipt of the notice, bailiffs lose commission and the company lose revenue - upwards £235. It creates a financial motive not to give Notices of Enforcement.
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#5 Re: Marston's final notice yesterday removal notice today

Post by Sorrylittlelot » 26 Jul 2017 21:57

Sneaky sneaky.
What should I do with regards to the removal notice as I'm assuming there will be another visit

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#6 Re: Marston's final notice yesterday removal notice today

Post by Schedule 12 » 26 Jul 2017 22:46

Provision 7.3 of Schedule 12 of the TCEA 2007 says the bailiff must keep a record of the time the notice is given.

If he admits posting it, ask him for proof of posting recording the time. If he can't, enforcement fails. You can sue under paragraph 66 of Schedule 12.
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#7 Re: Marston's final notice yesterday removal notice today

Post by Sorrylittlelot » 26 Jul 2017 23:04

He has written the time on the letter posts through my door.
So I shouldn't call/contact him on the number he has on the letter?

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#8 Re: Marston's final notice yesterday removal notice today

Post by Schedule 12 » 27 Jul 2017 10:30

The Notice of Enforcement must contain all of this: http://www.legislation.gov.uk/uksi/2013 ... ion/7/made

Do not contact him unless any of these apply: http://www.dealingwithbailiffs.co.uk/St ... -Fines.htm
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