How to Stop Repossession Bailiffs
Bailiffs who evict people from repossessed properties are usually employed by the local county court. Often also, they are private bailiffs appointed by the High Court.
Only bailiffs appointed by a court are able to evict you.
Your property belongs to your lender when a repossession order has been made. The bailiff’s job is to hand a repossessed property back to your lender. You or anyone who lives within the property could be evicted.
Stop Repossession Bailiffs Now
Take action before it is too late! Stop repossession bailiffs now. Immediate Bank Claims has a power team to assist you in stopping your repossession.
Are you under the threat of repossession? Has your lender instructed repossession bailiffs? Stop repossession bailiffs with the help of Immediate Bank Claims.
We offer free one hour consultations. Help is available to stop repossession bailiffs. Our primary goal is always to keep the home owner in the home. Immediate Bank Claims can stop repossession anywhere UK wide within 24 hours.
Act now to stop repossession bailiffs. Call Immediate Bank Claims on 0207 127 9134 for a free consultation.
Stop Repossession Bailiffs in the Press:
The housing charity Shelter gives their advice to stop repossession bailiffs: