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Do you mean walking possession?
is this with bailiffs?
Ok. Is the description otherwise accurate?
This is the old walking possession agreement and you could argue that this one does not adequately denote the item in question.
However, the practical reality is that could fail. It depends how badly wrong the index number is ***** how distinctive the other description. Also these documents are usually signed by the debtor which is usually fairly fatal.
Also, all that would happen even if you succeeded is that they will return and then there will be more costs racked up. Local council bailiffs do not give up I’m afraid.
I’m very sorry but that is a reality.
Can I clarify anything for you?
No, I wouldn't go that far.
A walking possession agreement should specify the item subject to that agreement and with cars an index number is *****
You could challenge it but I wouldn't guarantee success.
You are taking a risk.
You could write to the bailiffs but to stop enforcement action against that vehicle you would have to seek a stay of execution. There probably is a form to cover it but I would just use the usual N244 forms.
Do bear in mind that you are liable for costs if you lose.
Unfortunately with council PCNs it probably is.
No problem and all the best.
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