Dukes Bailiffs

Dukes Bailiffs

Located throughout the UK, Dukes Bailiffs are professional debt enforcement agents. They are authorised to enforce High Court Judgements, Local Taxation debts and commercial rent arrears. They also assist companies with evictions and recover unpaid invoices. These services are provided by a family run business.

The company has been operating in the United Kingdom for more than 25 years. Its services are designed to meet the requirements of private companies and public institutions. In addition to its debt collection and enforcement services, the company is also specialised in assisting with High Court judgments and County Court judgments. Its team includes High Court Enforcement Agents and Local Authority Enforcement Agents. It also uses Commercial Insight, which enables it to assess changes in the status of a company.

Dukes Bailiffs operate under the rules of the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). The FCA’s licence is based on the Taking Control of Goods (Fees) Regulations, which outline the fee structures of bailiffs. The fee structures vary depending on the type of action taken by a bailiff. The regulation outlines three different stages of baliff action.

The first stage of baliff action is called compliance. This is when a Dukes agent visits your home and makes contact with you to inform you of your debt. The debtor must be given a seven-day notice of the visit. In some cases, the bailiff may enter your property through a door or window. In other cases, they can visit your premises outside of normal hours. They may also remove items from your property. The debtor is not permitted to leave items out of their property while the bailiff is at their home.

If the debtor does not pay the amount owed, the Dukes Bailiffs will begin to escalate the situation. They may threaten bankruptcy, move the case to enforcement or cancel the repayment plan. They may also add more fees to the account. In certain cases, the debtor is charged disbursement costs, which cover the cost of locksmiths and auctioneers’ fees. They may also demand a “debtor’s security deposit” before they will agree to a payment plan. This may result in the bailiffs taking your valuable items.

In a recent survey, the Financial Ombudsman Service found that 830 people had filed complaints about Dukes Bailiffs this year. However, this is a small proportion of the complaints that they receive. These include individuals who have suffered mental health problems due to the harassment. The FOS advises that individuals who are experiencing financial problems should seek advice from a professional before making any decision. It is also a good idea to discuss repayment arrangements with a professional.

Dukes bailiffs cannot attend your property on a Sunday or on a bank holiday. If your debt has been transferred to the high court, they can only attend your property if the Court has granted an order allowing them to do so. They can also visit your property multiple times during enforcement.

Dukes is the UK’s largest debt collection agency. It is a privately owned firm that has been in operation since 1993. The agency’s expertise is in the recovery of unpaid bills, including penalty charge notices, Parking Charge Notices, County Court Judgments, commercial rent arrears and business rates.

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