Council Tax Bailiffs, Fines from Magistrate Court Bailiffs, High Court Bailiffs.
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Still putting money in bailiffs pockets over the way, on BHF I see.
Paying a Court Fine after Bailiffs attended
“If you pay a court fine direct to the magistrates’ court, the court has a duty to give a receipt.
HM Court Service will close the case as far as they are concerned, but the bailiff company, with commercial interests, may still want their fee because they get no payment from HM Court Service.”
When the Amount Outstanding is paid, the property in the debtors’ goods cease to be bound ending the enforcement power, and the bailiff may not seek to enforce the recovery of fees.”
How long has this silliness been going on now?
Of course, the bailiff will take fees, no matter who you pay, and leave an active live account for them to continue to enforce. The sections misquoted are nothing to do with it.