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Post by Judd09 on Mon Feb 11, 2019 5:29 pm

I read a thread in the debt forum where someone had gotten a CCJ for a catalogue debt and was worried about bailiffs.

I believe High Court Enforcement Agents (can't pay take away scum) couldn't be used for this. So would it be a County Court bailiff they would send when enforcing an unpaid CCJ? What if the CCJ is for more than £5000?

I find the subject of bailiffs very confusing and I'm sure I'm not the only one.




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Post by daveiron on Mon Feb 11, 2019 5:51 pm

Hi judd,

Beware of taking this at first glance . There is a company who call themselves High Court Enforcement.
these are not High Court Enforcement officers, but just the run of the mill low-life scum using deception.
In any event real HCEO's will not be used for amounts handled on this site.

By the way all bailiffs are now called enforcement officers now ,so watch out for that.
Entry cannot be forced in domestic premises .

I will dig out some links on bailiffs & post in this thread.
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Post by daveiron on Mon Feb 11, 2019 6:25 pm

The type of enforcement mainly dealt with here is covered by Taking Control Of Goods Regulations 2013
for some reason I was unable to copy & paste the link .

Below is a link to the HCEO organisation .It clearly states hceo's do not handle anything that falls under
the Consumer Credit Act


https://www.hceoa.org.uk/
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Post by assassin on Tue Feb 12, 2019 2:33 am

There is only one type of bailiff and they are called

SCUM AND POND LIFE
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Post by Judd09 on Tue Feb 12, 2019 8:05 am

Dave is absolutely correct that bailiffs are now called Enforcement Officers and HCEOs cannot collect Consumer Credit Act debt.

Enforcement Officers are either employed by the Court or a private company. They can be used to collect Consumer Credit Act debt, even if its over £5000. After the creditor has a CCJ against you which you haven't paid. They mainly collect civil debt.

This is from my research so please anyone more knowledgeable correct anything I have said they know to be false.

PS. They are also scum and pond life as already pointed out. :-)


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Post by daveiron on Tue Feb 12, 2019 8:45 am

I would strongly urge all to read the :Taking Control of Goods Act 2013.
Its not long & is clearly written.

If anyone thinks this may apply to them at some point in the future, read it and you will then be able
to make a plan in advance. (There are solutions to most problems if a little thought is given to them).
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Post by assassin on Tue Feb 12, 2019 5:41 pm

Correction Judd.

Very few courts directly employ bailiffs anymore and those that do keep them for arrest warrants issued by the courts so they can go and arrest someone and haul them directly before the courts.

There are virtually no bailiffs directly employed by the courts for civil debts as it is contracted out to private companies.
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Post by Judd09 on Tue Feb 12, 2019 6:32 pm

@assassin wrote:Correction Judd.

Very few courts directly employ bailiffs anymore and those that do keep them for arrest warrants issued by the courts so they can go and arrest someone and haul them directly before the courts.

There are virtually no bailiffs directly employed by the courts for civil debts as it is contracted out to private companies.

Thanks for that assassin.

Do you know if it's common for unpaid CCJs for consumer debt to be enforced by Bailiffs?

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Post by assassin on Wed Feb 13, 2019 1:15 am

Most are self employed and contract for several companies and being self employed means they will try any tricks they can get away with to make a few quid and it is common for enforeskin agents to portray themselves as HCEO's or misrepresent their powers.

Many companies also do the same and one company on TV claims to be high court enforcement and even has large logo's on its vans which is very similar to those of the po-lice, so you do have to be aware that they will use any tactic they can to get a few quid.
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