If the debt is not paid a bailiff maybe instructed to seize the debtor's property.

A Bailiff is a court enforcement officer, but they also have other duties as well as debt collection. Usually bailiffs will be associated with a specific court, such as a high court, county court or magistrates court, and they can be used to deliver notices of judgements and other documents, as well as to seize assets and even arrest individuals when required to enforce the will of the court.

We will often seek Bailiff appointments to enforce collection judgements, but potentially for other processes as well.

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