What are bailiffs?

A bailiff, now called an enforcement agent is someone who has a legal power to collect certain debts.

A bailiff can either be a court official or employed by a private firm.

If you owe money, a bailiff may visit your home to see if anything you own can be sold to pay the debt.

Any money raised from selling belongings is used to pay the bailiff’s fees and charges as well as the debts you owe.

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