against a strawman joined with no physical man willing to wear the strawman overcoat, & so no strawman joined with no man joined to no residential address?
are you talking about courts concerning council tax?
if so, what are the implications of that for a tennant or homeowner?
have you tried ANRRTS? at all? if so, what with,
what happens with your council tax liability ceylon, after the private bailiff passes it back to the council because he has received your denial of implied rights of access with your fee schedule, and doesnt want to touch it? what actions do the council then take? i havent seen you address this bit of what happens next??
ceylon wrote:no proper courts
yes so far so good
they pass it on to a different bailiff and it starts again
ceylon wrote:i never said i keep mine locked i just sugest the less aware do. i have never had a bailiff and if one ever turned up i would arrest him so why should i need to keep everything locked up?
your very negative why not have a break things seem to be getting you down
Gelhi wrote:I think one has to be very astute when dealing with this, ANRRTS does have its value in preventing joinder but only if you are able to prevent the parasites getting your strawman another way, if you are a previous occupant or are known as occupant from the electoral roll or on benefits etc i sugest they will just carry on the sham process and fire away with a liability order, in fact i know they do as i have seen it happen and they have no problem using fraud to get joinder anyway, i have even had them sue me for a liability i paid out on and was able to prove i paid out on it, they wont mind resorting to plain fraud and criminality i assure you.
That said i think as long as they cant joinder with you its happy days, its just i dont like seeing this banded about without due diligence
You could just say that "title" doesnt live here if they come knocking and asking, and inform them to leave or you will report them for harrasment.
My concern is the police as a lot of them dont know the law and tend to go with the bailiff, maybe thats what should be worked on, dealing with the police as ultimately they have the power to either do the right thing and arrest the private bailiff or be dickheads and back up the private bailiff and in some cases arrest you (yes they are that bad).
The other method if you are confident enough and stern enough to stand youre ground against private bailiffs then yes denial of access and fee schedule them once they have found you but personally i would end up losing my temper with them regularly spoiling my peace and quiet and eventually cause a bailiff some injury, by the way if they ever enter your property uninvited i would take them down straight away (hard)they wont have time to identify themselves, well you thought he was a burglar didnt you !
Gelhi wrote:yes of course.
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