Sweetpee wrote:Can someone also help me with this.
If the Council issues a PCN and then registers it at Court due to non-payment, how is it possible for a Court to issue a Warrant of Execution without ever having had a hearing on the validity of the PCN?
Surely a Warrant of Execution can only be issued after a hearing, before a judge, and a Court Order being issued to pay the debt. The council says that the PCN is simply registered with the Court and a Warrant is issued granting the bailiff the right to pursue the claim. In these circumstances, surely the Bailiff's Warrant of Execution is not a legal, enforceable warrant since it is not issued as a result of an Order of the Court? Am I right or simply delusional???
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