DCBL High Court Visit

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#1 DCBL High Court Visit

Post by wkinsella » 19 Jun 2017 14:14

Today i have been visited by DCBL High Court Enforcement Offices who entered my property as wife had just come and was going straight back out again and never locked the front door so they entered my property. My wife phoned me and i came straight home from work. I have never recieved any prior letters from them but they said that a letter had been sent. They had a No.53 Writ of Control for a CCJ against me which i attended court and i was awarded an amount and the claimant was awarded an amount and so did agree to settle this but she has instructed the Writ of Control

Refund of the Original Deposit (£400.00)
2 * Deposit as Compensation (You were not actually awarded the full Compensation) (£800.00)
Your Court Costs (£185.00)

Total - £1385.00

I was awarded a total of £915.00 including court costs.

So the payments are made of as per direction of the Judge at the hearing which I need make notes of:

Acceptance Refund of Original Deposit which you took straight after the court hearing as agreed by the Judge (£400.00) 30.03.2017
My award of £915.00
Which totals £1315.00

Leaving a balance of £70.00

The writ of control is for my business address but for some reason they turned up at my home address can the Writ of Control be enforced at a different address to what is on the actual Writ of Control.

Is there a way of me challenging the Writ because i had to pay them a total of £2500.00 to get them out of my property and they were threating to take goods to the value of the Writ.

PS - Also had Channel 5 outside my property filming Cannot Pay We'll Take It Away which was even worse.

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#2 Re: DCBL High Court Visit

Post by Schedule 12 » 19 Jun 2017 14:42

You can apply to stay the writ. Just find the grounds. Here is how its done: http://www.dealingwithbailiffs.co.uk/St ... r-HCEO.htm

If you have a TV crew. You must action a section 10 notice to stop them using the footage. Here is how it's done: http://www.dealingwithbailiffs.co.uk/ba ... -crew.html


If the writ is in your name, not a limited company, the bailiff can call at your home address because its where you live. BUT, if you didn't get a Notice of Enforcement (that address is on the no.53 writ), then everything that follows fails. Here is what a Notice of Enforcement looks like: http://www.legislation.gov.uk/uksi/2014 ... edule/made

Also run this checklist: http://beatthebailiffs.org/Stop-a-high- ... ficer.html
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#3 Re: DCBL High Court Visit

Post by Pote Snitkin » 19 Jun 2017 14:50

£2500? What exactly is the breakdown of that? Was the bailiff called Gary?
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#4 Re: DCBL High Court Visit

Post by wkinsella » 19 Jun 2017 15:11

Thanks for the information Jason, will read through all of this.

jasonDWB wrote:
19 Jun 2017 14:42
You can apply to stay the writ. Just find the grounds. Here is how its done: http://www.dealingwithbailiffs.co.uk/St ... r-HCEO.htm

If you have a TV crew. You must action a section 10 notice to stop them using the footage. Here is how it's done: http://www.dealingwithbailiffs.co.uk/ba ... -crew.html


If the writ is in your name, not a limited company, the bailiff can call at your home address because its where you live. BUT, if you didn't get a Notice of Enforcement (that address is on the no.53 writ), then everything that follows fails. Here is what a Notice of Enforcement looks like: http://www.legislation.gov.uk/uksi/2014 ... edule/made

Also run this checklist: http://beatthebailiffs.org/Stop-a-high- ... ficer.html

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