If your debt problems have escalated, you might be facing action and a visit from the bailiffs. A bailiff is someone who works on behalf of the courts to collect debt. As a result of this, you might be concerned that the bailiffs assigned to your case can force their way into your home or place of business before taking your belongings. If that sounds like you, then you’re not alone – it’s a common worry. Usually, you don’t have to open your door or let them in, so can bailiffs force entry? Well, they are entitled to force entry into your home or place of business, but only under certain circumstances. Put simply, it depends on the type of debt that they’re collecting and whether they’ve visited you before. they’re chasing up an unpaid magistrates’ court fine. they’re chasing up an unpaid county court […]