If you let a Enforcement Agent into your home, they may take some of your belongings to sell. This is permitted under the Taking Control of Goods Regulations 2013

Enforcement Agents can take high value items, for example a vehicle, TV or games console (unless it is clear that the console belongs to a child)

They cannot take:

  • things you need, such as your clothes, cooker or fridge
  • work tools and equipment which together are worth less than £1,350
  • someone else’s belongings, such as your partner’s computer
  • Mobility Vehicles
  • Vehicles subject to Hire Purchase
  • Vehicles subject to Logbook Loans
  • Clothing,
  • Bedding,
  • Furniture,
  • White Goods
  • Telephones (including Mobile Phones) (if it is the only one in the household)
  • Items belonging to minors
  • Items belonging to the elderly
  • Items belong to disabled persons within your household
  • Items that do not belong to the named person(s) on the enforcement notice (you will have to prove this)
  • The list is extensive and if you are unsure of any other item that is not listed above, please check HERE

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