2. The enforcement officer cannot enter into an agreement with the debtor or any other person who does not appear (or should appear) on controlled goods that does not include the effect of such an agreement and therefore would not be able to enter into such an agreement. The notification must be made in writing and contain information about the debtor, co-owner and police officer. The notification must include a declaration that goods that should be listed so that they can be properly identified by the debtor or co-owner can be sold, since the debtor has not paid the outstanding. It must also provide information on the debt and the amount needed to agree or prevent a sale [Note 82]. Check to see if the name and address is correct, and explain how you broke the agreement. If the information on the message is not accurate, you should immediately complain to the bailiff`s company and ask them to delay the visit until they have given you a valid opinion. Ownership of one of the debtor`s goods is not affected if the assignee acquires the goods in good faith, with a valuable consideration and without notification of the letter, warrant or notice [Note 7] (see point 9.28). A police officer can take control of the goods every day of the week [note 50]. If your goods are confiscated for another person`s debts, then make a claim to a third party If an HCEO enters your home, it may decide that your goods are not worth enough to cover the costs that come with a van to remove and sell them. If this is the case, the HCEO may return later to try to take control of your products.
You have 12 months from the date of the execution notification to take control of your goods. If you have a payment agreement with HCEO after they have given you the notification of execution, the 12-month period begins with the non-payment of the terms of the refund agreement. 2. The enforcement officer may not remove controlled goods in a place where, at any time, there is a violation of a prohibition or restriction by or by an order. 6.-1) Subject to paragraph 3, the execution must be abrupt for the debtor at least 7 clear days before the debtor`s goods are checked. (a) the management officer makes available to the debtor a list of goods that have been checked in accordance with Regulation 30, paragraph 2, point (f) (i) (i) or Regulation 33, paragraph 1, paragraph e), at the same time as the conclusion of the controlled goods agreement; and 37.-1) Subject to paragraph 2, the minimum period before sale, provided for in paragraph 39 of Schedule 12, is seven days clear after the removal of the goods controlled for sale. (a) reintroduce to premises covered in paragraph 16 of Schedule 12 in order to control goods that have been checked in advance; and the court has the power to issue an arrest warrant authorizing the entry of the police officer into a building for search and control of goods [Note 18] [Note 19]. Before issuing an arrest warrant, the court must be satisfied that [note 20]- iii) the material, colour and use, as well as (if applicable) all other characteristics of the goods; and (4) At the time of the contract, the police officer must provide a copy of the signed contract to the person who signed it in accordance with paragraph 2. (b) the police officer explained to the Tribunal the nature and level of violence that will be required to take control of the goods; the sale of public auction-controlled goods must be made by a qualified sender or, for an Internet auction, by an auction provider independent of the enforcement agent [note 85]. (b) return or remain in the premises covered in paragraph 16 of Schedule 12 in order to control or remove controlled goods for storage or sale. When an HCEO takes control of the protected goods, you can assert a judicial right to return the goods.