If you owe money, your creditor has various options to try and get their money back. Instructing bailiffs to take your things away is one of these options.
These pages tell you more about what to do if you get a visit from bailiffs, including when you'll have to let them into your home, what bailiffs can and can't do, your rights if a bailiff calls at your home and what happens if a bailiff takes your things.
Information on different types of bailiffs, what they do and the powers they have.
How to stop bailiffs including stopping county court bailiffs, high court bailiffs, council tax bailiffs, making an offer to the creditor and making an offer to the bailiff.
Bailiffs rights to enter the home, when bailiffs have to be let in, tips for stopping bailiffs entering, when bailiffs can visit, and moving goods so bailiffs cannot take them.
What happens when the bailiffs get in, what belongings the bailiffs can and can't take, and who owns the goods if the bailiffs don't take them straight away.
How and when goods seized by bailiffs are sold and what happens after the sale.
What bailiffs can charge for, how much bailiffs can charge and what to do if the charges are wrong.
How to complain about a bailiff, who to complain to about a bailiff and other action that can be taken against a bailiff.