Can Bailiffs Break In

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Can Bailiffs Break Into Your House

Being threatened with bailiff action can be extremely upsetting. Action Credit Management can help and can usually stop bailiff enforcement within 24 hours.

We can inform you of your rights and provide free, impartial advice on how bailiffs operate and how to stop them taking action against you


There are often many questions people have surrounding can bailiffs break in? The most common are listed below:

Can Bailiffs break in if they have gained peaceful entry

A bailiff can’t break in to your home unless you have let them in previously. If they have never been into your home they can gain entry if you leave a window open or a door unlocked.

Can bailiffs break in if a magistrate has issued a warrant? 

If a magistrate has issued a warrant to the bailiff they can break in to your property, although they can apply for a warrant in our experience we have never come across a client where this has happened.

Can bailiffs break in to commercial properties?

Only if the court has given permission, and as long as there’s no residential accommodation within the commercial premises.

Can bailiffs break in for unpaid fines?

If the magistrates court has issued a warrant the bailiff can break in.

If you require FREE impartial advice regarding `Can Bailiffs break in?’ and to stop enforcement action, then call Action Credit Management today on 01209 808450

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