Take these essential steps
Do NOT let them in your home or premises.
You are not obliged to let a bailiff enter your home or premises and doing so could give the bailiff more powers, so don’t let them in!
Do NOT be intimidated.
Typically, the bailiff’s bark is worse than their bite.They will sometimes try and intimidate you to get their own way, but you don’t have to respond to their intimidation!
Do NOT sign anything.
The bailiff may want you to sign an agreement such as a CGA (Controlled Goods Agreement). Doing so could also give the bailiff more powers, so don’t do it!
Contact Bailiff Support.
We can advise you on your rights and options and in some cases help deal with the bailiff directly, so call us or fill in a form to find out how we can help!