A Bailiff (high court Enforcement officer )is a bailiff authorized by the High Court of England and Wales responsible for enforcing Orders of the High Court, often by seizing goods or repossessing property. This form of Bailiff used to be known as High Court Sheriffs and Sheriff Officers recent change and update on enforcement legislation remains the Bailiffs.
Bailiffs Writ of Control
A Bailiff will obtain a High Court Writs
A Writ of Control will be obtained on your behalf from the High Court the writ will be issued in the name of the Bailiff and it is their responsibility to carry out the enforcement lawfully within the legislation and in the name of the High Court only an order of the court will stop the enforcement, Police, solicitors, "Citizen Advise" can not cancel the writ obtained by your Bailiff and issued by the High Court on behalf of you the creditor to recover the money owed. A Writ of Control allows Bailiffs to attend the debtor's place of trade or residential property to use the writ of control on the debtor's property (assets ) with a view of removing them to sell at auction to obtain liquid funds to pay to you the creditor and honor the court order.
What do Bailiffs:
Your Bailiff (or HCEO) will use the Writ of Control to give consent for a Bailiffs to attend the debtor's place of trade or residential property to claim ownership in your name over property (assets ) belonging to the debtor with a view of removing them to sell at auction to obtain liquid funds to pay to you (the creditor) and honor the court order.