Sadly, when it comes to bailiff enforcement, there is a great deal of inaccurate and misleading information posted on the internet. We have therefore introduced this page to explore (and correct) the most popular internet [...]
If a person is vulnerable, the enforcement regulations provide some protection from bailiff action. However, such protection is only possible if the bailiff/enforcement company are aware of the vulnerability at the earliest possible stage. Given [...]
The simple answer is NO and the reason is outlined in detail below: The bailiff regulations (that came into force on 6th April 2014) provide a simplified fee scale that is the same for arrears [...]
In 2014 the very popular Dartford Crossing removed it's payment booths and now, instead of stopping at the barriers to make payment, motorists either have to pay the charge in advance or alternatively; make payment [...]
One of the most common enquiries that we receive via our Bailiff Advice website is the subject of Magistrate Court fines and whether or not the bailiff/enforcement agent is required to have in his possession [...]
News from Bailiff Advice
Bailiff enforcement and being vulnerable.
Given the degree of misunderstanding regarding vulnerability we introduced this new page a short while ago and it has been the most downloaded News page on our website. A copy can be read here.
Many people receiving a letter or visit from a bailiff/enforcement agent take to the internet to make enquiries about the method of enforcement or fees charged etc and invariably visit one of a number of Bailiff forums. Sadly, some bailiff forums provide misleading and inaccurate information. A copy of our page on this subject can be read here.
Paying the Council or Court direct does not avoid bailiff fees.
The most popular enquiry that we receive is about whether or not bailiff fees can be avoided by paying the Council or Court direct. A copy of our page on this subject can be read here.