Who is a bailiff?
A bailiff is authorised by a County Court judge to seize your property or possession to pay-off any debts that you may have.
What shall I do when a bailiff comes to my house?
Bailiffs aren’t allowed to enter your home by force during the first visit. Withholding your permission can help you get valuable time needed. Once the bailiff leaves, you can contact our staff for help. We will provide you the assistance you need.
Can a bailiff take third party property?
A bailiff will only take possessions that he finds in your house. If these belong to a third party, the said person must legally prove that the goods belong to them. Additionally, the bailiff is not allowed to take any property that you use for work. Also, they are not allowed to seize items that you use for daily living.