Enforcement officers, commonly known as bailiffs, have authority from the courts to recover debts on behalf of creditors. A bailiff has the power to remove and sell your goods in order to recover debt. If you are expecting bailiffs to visit your home, please call our free impartial advice line now on 0162 583 3760 (free phone number).

Dealing With Bailiff’s

  1. Don’t let them in.
  2. Protect your belongings. Enforcement officers have the right to remove goods they have access to. If you know a bailiff is coming, be considerate of this in terms of anything kept outdoors, i.e. vehicles.
  3. Don’t sign anything.
  4. Call us now free on 0162 583 3760 for bailiff help & advice

When Are Bailiffs Used

  • Unpaid CCJs (county court judgement)
  • Council tax arrears
  • Child support
  • Parking fines
  • High court bailiffs
  • Tax, NI, and VAT arrears

Do I Have To Let Bailiffs In?

Bailiffs do have the right to force entry under certain circumstances and depending on the stage your debts are at. If you’re expecting bailiffs, call us free now for further bailiff advice 0162 583 3760 & to find out what bailiff rights they have.

What Can Bailiffs Take?

Bailiffs can only take control of any items that they have access to. Favoured items are higher-value items such as vehicles, jewellery, electrical goods, etc. They can’t take essential household items such as beds and bedding, care equipment, cookers and white goods, etc.

Can Bailiffs Take My Car?

Vehicles are high-value items. They are a target for enforcement officers because they are easy to sell. Bailiffs can access and take possession of vehicles easily because they are stored outside of the property. If you are expecting a visit from the bailiffs and you’re concerned your vehicle is at risk: call us now to stop bailiff action on 0162 583 3760 (free phone number).

Bailiffs Coming?

We Can Help Stop Bailiff Action

We have helped thousands of people stop the bailiffs with our free bailiff advice. We understand how stressful in can be trying to deal with debt, often you can feel completely alone with nowhere to turn and often people can feel embarrassed. It is important to know that you are not alone and that you have rights, don’t be intimidated speak to one of our experts today for free advice on bailiff powers.

Our specialist bailiff advisers have dealt with client situations with debts ranging from £1,000 to £100,000 plus, we offer free bailiff advice and will find the correct solution for you to stop the bailiffs. All calls are treated with the strictest confidentiality.

Our Team Are Specialists In:

  • Help With bailiffs
  • Parking Fines
  • Debt Consolidation
  • Help with Council Tax Debt
  • All Debt Solutions
  • High Court Enforcement bailiffs
  • Stopping Attachment Of Earnings
  • Council Tax Bailiffs

If you receive a visit or a letter from enforcement officers you need Free and impartial debt advice.

Call our bailiff advice line  on 0162 583 3760 to stop the bailiffs now.

We’re here to help you today.