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Have you received a letter from a bailiff saying they are about to visit your house?

Do you need advice & help on how deal with Enforcement Action?

Are they chasing you for Council Tax, Business Rates or Benefit Overpayments?

Don't panic, Below you'll find out everything there is to know about how to deal with bailiffs.

What to do if a bailiff is at your house, and how to stop a bailiff taking your car.

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What Is A Bailiff?

Enforcement Agents (previously called bailiffs) hold a certificate, granted by a judge at the county court, which allows them carry out enforcement action.

They are regulated by the Ministry Of Justice

Bailiffs specialise in the collection of Council tax debt, penalty charge notices and business rates, they operate nationwide.

Bailiffs Help

Marstons, Bristow and Sutor, Jacobs bailiffs, and Rundles Bailiffs are amongst the largest bailiff/enforcement companies in the UK.

Below is a list of some of the bailiffs that we help people with everyday, just click on a name to bring up full details:

Need Help With Bailiffs?

If you want to stop Bailiffs, call our FREE Bailiff Helpline on 0800 368 8231 (freephone, including all mobiles) or click the button, fill in our quick form and we'll call you back and deal with the bailiff for you.

  • Last updated 01 October 2023

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