Bailiff Fees

A bailiff/enforcement agent may only charge bailiff fees as outlined under the Taking Control of Goods  (Fees) Regulations 2014.

In order to check whether the bailiff/enforcement officer has charged the correct level of fees, please visit one of the following pages.

Bailiff fees: Council Tax

The fees that a bailiff/enforcement agent may charge when enforcing a Liability Order for council tax non domestic rate arrears can be read here.

Bailiff fee: Penalty Charge Notice (PCN)

The fees that a bailiff/enforcement agent may charge when enforcing a warrant of control in relation to an outstanding penalty charge notice (PCN) can be read here.

Bailiff fees: Magistrate Court Fines

The fees that a bailiff/enforcement agent may charge when enforcing a warrant of control in relation to an outstanding Magistrate Court fine can be read here.

Bailiff fees: High Court Enforcement 

The fees that a High Court Enforcement Officer (HCEO/enforcement agent may charge when enforcing a writ of control in relation to an outstanding County Court judgment (CCJ) can be read here.

Note from Bailiff Advice

A simple overview of the Taking Control of Goods Regulations 2013 including details of the bailiff fees that can be charged, the notices that must be given by the bailiff and items that are ‘exempt’ from being taken into control (by the bailiff) can be read here.