The Bailiffs came knocking.

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  1. Big Ern

    Big Ern Lord, Master, Guru & Emperor

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    not sure what the arrangement is, they didn't, then they did, then they split up. I'm looking further and it seems they can't take kids stuff, but they've gone into the kids bedroom and taken it anyway.
     
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    If he doesn’t live there they can’t take **** all. Have they physically removed it or just put a controlled goods agreement on it?
     
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    Big Ern Lord, Master, Guru & Emperor

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    It's still at the house, I'm guessing a controlled goods agreement is on it.
     
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    The daft **** just needs to contact them and arrange paying a chunk off and agree a payment schedule then.
     
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    Scruffy ****ing **** just chop him up ffs, his life is clearly worthless.
     
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    had loads of run ins with daft dirty horrible debt collecters.

    last was the tv ****.

    presses my buzzer at after 8pm,

    Yeah what.

    I'm from the tv license

    So ****.

    Do you have a tv

    No **** off.

    Can you open the door

    Are you serios ya daft ****

    How long have you lived at this address.


    Ya boring me now mate **** off.

    I just need to see if you have a tv, as there is no license at this address

    But it will only take a moment.

    So will this mate, **** off ya **** and get a proper job you snivelling ****.

    Ok contact.

    Ok, now go and get ****ed ya cock.

    Ok, so i got a bill.
     
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  8. Big Ern

    Big Ern Lord, Master, Guru & Emperor

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    Well, I think they're (the bailiff's) a bit in the ****, it was actually one of the guys in the TV program, obviously thinks fame entitles him to break laws. He doesn't seem to have had any legal cause to enter the premises, she doesn;t owe the money, and the debtor doesn't live there. He's also managed to break her imac moving it to a pile he wanted to take.
    Would that count as criminal damage?
     
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    If the bloke was listed as living there on the court order and the order is from the high court then he did have the right to enter. If only to be convinced that the debtor wasn’t living there.

    I guess the damage to property is down to one word against another, unless he admits to it, or there’s another witness.
     
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    Take the bastards to court mate (better find out if you’ve got a case first though).


    There are quite a fewer lawyers, btw, who will take on pro bono work, on behalf of young mums on their own (and it sounds like she is on her own, her bloke is obviously a doss ****).
     
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    Big Ern Lord, Master, Guru & Emperor

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    to be fair he's alright. Apparently it's about a crash he had in a thames water van a year and a half ago, just before they moved from London to the coast. They moved again a year later and it seems the debt agencies went to the previous addresses a day or 2 after on both occasions. I find it a bit weird that a crash in a work vehicle (thames water) would come out of an employees wages, the excess maybe yes, but the rest? Surely that's what insurance is for
     
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    not being funny but i would treat this with a pretty high degree of scepticism as it all sounds a bit "convenient" .
     
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    That does sound a bit strange. Maybe there’s something he’s not telling you?

    Even so, it sounds like these bailiffs might have gone way beyond their remit first in getting in the house without permission, and second in itemising children’s property.
     
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    were they in the kids rooms cos if not they're fair game imo .
     
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    The PC was, the PS4, I don't know 18" tv versus 54" means it could've been downstairs, but I can prove they were gifts to the children from me and have nothing to do with him or her
    The whole of it sounds a bit dodge, but not so much from his end. The compay he worked for lost their contract and all the staff got made redundant, but no one said anythign about paying for an accident, as they'd already told him it was sorted, apparently. I believe him tbh, and it's not like he's been hiding, just unfortunate timing as they can prove with rental contracts that they've moved exactly when they've said had. I think the bailiff has made an assumption and put himself in the ****, as my friend has already learned my tactic of getting the local MP involved in such things which never ends well for the other guy. It would make a decent tabloid story on a slow news day too, as he's been on 'cant pay we'll take it away'.
     
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  16. Solid_Air 2

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    am i right in assuming he didn't go to the original court case ?
     
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  17. Big Ern

    Big Ern Lord, Master, Guru & Emperor

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    he didn't even know there was one.
     
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    Well have to say i'm not convinced but those years in the DHSS doing Supplementary Benefit did give me a slightly jaundiced view of things like these .
     
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