there was no damaged hence the police said it was peaceful entry.
(the window was closed but not locked)
bandit1 wrote:This 'bailiff' is a very very lucky man. In other circumstances you could have easily been mistaken for an intruder and ended up dead or in hospital with serious injuries.
On a side note I believe the bailiff forced an entry as the window was not open. Think of the 'legal' meaning of the word force. I have to use force to open my front door. For him to gain entry, the window or door needs to be wide open. Remember if you open the door to them they cannot push past you. Ergo doors windows need to be wide open. I'd take trip to the local nick to report the 'Constable' who attend your distress call.
nat wrote::( As a woman in my own bedroom, my human rights have been abused by this bailiff entering my bedroom, pulling the covers off me which i then woke up and screamed in fear of my life of which no woman should go through! Can people like this man be allowed in the house legally through my window, levy on my possesions, go into my bedroom, pull the covers, threaten my boyfriend with a stick, allowed to come back again because he had gained "peaceful entry". Please read earlier letter. Any advice would be most appreciated.
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