The Taking Control of Goods Regulations 2013 was introduced in 2014 and significantly changed the way in debts can be enforced by bailiffs.
One significant change has been to the ‘terminology’ used. For example; under the new regulations a ‘bailiff’ is now renamed an ‘enforcement agent’ and a ‘walking possession agreement’ is renamed a ‘controlled goods agreement’.
Under this category of our website we have introduced Glossaries on the following subjects. To read any of the pages simply click on one of the following links.
Glossary: The Taking Control of Goods Regulations 2013
Our detailed glossary on the Taking Control of Goods Regulations 2013 can be read here.
Glossary: Magistrate Court fines
Our detailed glossary regarding Magistrate Court fines can be read here.
Glossary: Traffic Enforcement Centre
Our detailed glossary regarding the Traffic Enforcement Centre can be read here.
Note from Bailiff Advice
A simple overview of the new 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.