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Can Bailiffs Enter Your Home?

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A bailiff can enter your home if a warrant of execution has been issued by the court. This only takes place after your creditor has made claims against you in court and the court has ruled that you must pay the debt and you don't.
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Bailiffs maybe required to enter your home and take away your belongings and sell them off to cover the debt.
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A bailiff can only enter your home if he is allowed to come in by you or any other responsible adult who lets them in. However, they can enter without your permission ...
Generally, bailiffs cannot enter your house by force. However, they can enter through open doors or windows. Once in, the bailiff can gain entry to other areas ...
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