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5 months ago

Enforcement agents calling to recover debts can only take into control property that is owned by the person named on the document, the notice of enforcement. They do not have the right to take items that are completely owned by someone else. If you are worried that an enforcement officer may be visiting your property then you may find the information here useful; https://www.citizensadvice.org.uk/debt-and-money/action-your-creditor-can-take/bailiffs/your-belongings-and-bailiffs/ If you need assistance with the debt, which may avoid the need for enforcement action, contact a free debt adviser as soon as possible.

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