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notice of intention to enter and search my premises

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notice of intention to enter and search my premises

Postby louisthemush » Fri Nov 18, 2011 5:37 pm

Hi all and Hi godly moderators alike,
I have just been issued with a notice of intention to enter & search my premises - final written warning by Phillips specialist bailiff & Debt recovery agents..

heres how the letter reads:

Despite previous correspondence you have failed to clear your outstanding arrears. you now must make payment in full including costs (as shown above). If you are unable to pay the amount outstanding you are strongly advised to contact our office immediately to discuss your payment options.

If you fail to make arrangements to clear your arrears your account will be issued to our removal bailiffs for IMMEDIATE execution. The bailiff may seek to force entry to your premises in order to seize and remove goods and arrange for them to be sold at public auction to clear your outstanding arrears. NO FURTHER NOTICE WILL BE GIVEN.

Our removal Bailiffs have the power to enter your premises, by force if necessary, to execute Warrants as per sch 4a MAGISTRATES COURT ACT 1980 as inserted by sch of dvcv act 2004.

do not ignore this notice as you may incur additional vehicle removal..


ok now, as i have read up on this my understanding is not clear as some info is from non legal people..

ive hear that the bailiff even though working for the courts if thats what they are and not a private bailiffs that they can force entry first time of an outer door, with a walking order yet im confused to hear that they have to gain peaceful entry and require a police officer to witness keeping the peace...

also the warrant is for monies owed for several crimes including something that passed in court without me attending as with most of them as i have moved around a lot. Using a hand held mobile phone whilst driving, i was stationary at the traffic lights with handbrake on and a young police man pulled me past the lights after seeing me only pick up the phone briefly and put it back down when id spotted him.. at the time i was very naive and just signed the fine, which i thought wasn't legal because it hadnt been to a judge yet.. maybe the same for a seat belt fine..?

so i had a notice of distress warrant a week before this final notice for the sum of £490, now the new letter says £690 :evil: and it looks as if they have levied a £200 costs on since the last letter which only i can presume is a cost which is illegal as they say they only charge £200 if they attand the premises, and guess what they have not attended, so this would leave me to believe that they are unlawful in charging me excessive amount for something which actually did not cost this amount, court bailiffs or not..

i have another more interesting situation from attending court last week which i did the strawman thing to no avail which i will put on later..but for now all input in this matter is highly appreciated.

im currently living between 2 friends with no fixed abode, but the letter is sent to my friends mailing address.. what are my options please..

i heard a bailiff has to tot up to the true 2nd hand value of my possessions to something like 60% more than the debt is worth? secondly im not sure if things he cannot take is included in that totting up..

i was thinking of signing my car and laptop all i have over to my friend signed by solicitor whitness or maybe just keeping goods at one friends house..
my intentions are to pay what i can afford anyhow but id like to contest the mobile phone whilst driving or is it too late? have i signed my life away?...wish i knew about you guys earlier, i am spreading the word at a crazy rate..

also i will write a separate thread on the govs council tax and any other tax revenues and why or if it is currently illegal to pay them to feed the illegal war on terror and or if its all bollony that this guy has taken tony blair etc to the supreme court, wonder if the new gov are now allowed to tax us as they are different faces to those under investigation..

thanks guys..
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Re: notice of intention to enter and search my premises

Postby wishy » Fri Nov 18, 2011 6:16 pm

hey louis,
They have no right to enter your friends house, Notify them of the fact that you are homeless and "sofa surfing" between friends and the address is merely a care off mailing address( then they can't bust in and blame it on you for not telling them)
I should ask Ceylon on this site about putting your car and personal Trust, which should be done sharpish.Then they can't touch it.
And if you are skint tell them so in a notified or solicitor wittnesed statement of truth, but be aware they may try to bankrupt you .
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Re: notice of intention to enter and search my premises

Postby louisthemush » Fri Nov 18, 2011 7:03 pm

hey mushy,

yeh i will ring them as i intend to pay anyway and inform them of that which in honesty is truth so i have no problems there, but when it comes to lying i have a problem, possibly mums moral upbringing, very angelic lol.... so on the signing things over score, this ive heard can only be won by signing everything over before the debt is known about. this one i have known about as its a combination of all criminal offences like when i knocked the policemans hat off in a nice way..

i just want to maybe play all angles of this like defense and attack as in my heart i know there is a new world order happening on a deep deep level or even on a shallow open one according to the front of the freemasons..
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Re: notice of intention to enter and search my premises

Postby wishy » Fri Nov 18, 2011 7:57 pm

There's nothing wrong with Trusts, Look at David Camerons dad, hes a multi millionaire who puts a certain amount of money in trust to keep him under a tax level, to which Dave and his siblings receive tax free benifits each year. :lol:
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