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High court

Post by Chriskelly » 13 Jan 2017 12:59

I have had an enforcement letter off DCBL and have offfred by email to pay £100 a month for a debt of £836, and still awaiting confirmation that it will be accepted. However can anyone tell me if they have the power to gain entry or just seize goods? I have dealt with bailiffs quite recently, but for council tax and PCN. Do the bailiffs operating on a high court writ, have more powers? Any help is appreciated. Chris

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Post by Schedule 12 » 19 Jan 2017 09:47

They have a right to enter and take control of goods, but not to the extent of breaking entry to a home.

DCBL will mess you about regarding paying £100 a month. You would be much safer to apply to stay the writ and vary the judgment. That takes DCBL out of the loop and extinguishes all those high fees.

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