The lowdown on Bailiffs/Debt Collectors

Re: The lowdown on Bailiffs/Debt Collectors

Postby kenb » Thu Apr 29, 2010 9:26 pm

Hi V

As always, a great informative post. :hug: :love:
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Re: The lowdown on Bailiffs/Debt Collectors

Postby Prajna » Sat May 01, 2010 7:40 am

Oh V, what a notice to wake up to :grin: Warmed the cockles of me heart (dunno what that means but I know how it feels). That letter is a classic. Thank you. I do like common sense and plain english.
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Re: The lowdown on Bailiffs/Debt Collectors

Postby holy vehm » Sat May 01, 2010 8:52 am

hurn wrote:im thinking of signining my house and all my possesions over to my daughter ,should be fun

My understanding of this is if you want to protect your property from court orders ect and sign it over to a third party it cant be a family member.

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Re: The lowdown on Bailiffs/Debt Collectors

Postby kliff » Sat May 01, 2010 8:54 am

Veronica wrote:
kliff wrote:Has anyone read the Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act 2007? Pretty interesting.....


There is an awful amount of talk about taking away Common Law rights - :puzz: :thinks:

Oh ... here we go again! Anyone who talks like that hasn't a clue what "Common Law Rights" means.

V, I have no wish to be confrontational and to remove all and any negative polemic connotations, this wasn't a "here we go again" moment, it was merely the "verbalisation" of a personal musing; a simple rumination, hence the smilies. :peace:
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Re: The lowdown on Bailiffs/Debt Collectors

Postby Veronica » Sat May 01, 2010 10:17 am

Yes ... right ... but I also have to put up with "Ohhh .... Corpus Juris ... Napoleonic Law ... from the EU ... wiping away the Common Law ... and if you criticise the EU they can chop your head off ... etc".

And all that ... such as crap from John Harris "Ooooh! Devon & Cornwall Constabulary have been bought by IBM ... maybe they won't be under Oath any more ????"

As if ANY of that makes THE SLIGHTEST difference!

The fucking EU have already made it "illegal" to fix your own car, or do your own plumbing. This has been the case for YEARS.

But they have one problem with ALL their 111,111 Statutes of Bollox: IMPLEMENTATION.

Well ... if anyone wants to live in fear of the EU & 650+ numpties in Westminster ... then they can live in fear of them.

But don't include me. Because I understand what we are, and what they are. And I understand what Common Law is, and where it comes from. And I understand that "they" only have the same morons (Organic Robots) with which to actually IMPLEMENT anything.
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Re: The lowdown on Bailiffs/Debt Collectors

Postby marknd1997 » Fri May 07, 2010 10:18 am

Thank you very much Veronica for this post. I'm still stunned by the definition of a Bailiff/dca/dco!! I'm so stunned, I took your post and put it on I gave you the credit for it as I would never have found out in a million years! :cheer: :cheer: :cheer:
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