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Leighton vs. Bristow & Sutor

Council Tax debts have now become unenforceable by Bailiffs

 

The High Court has just handed all Council Tax defendants a potential £4000 Christmas bonus if they sue bailiffs for attempted enforcement which has just been made illegal by a landmark ruling in the case of Leighton versus Bristow & Sutor which showed that the bailiff company didn’t have the correct paperwork when they turned up during an 8 year campaign of alleged harassment. They visited the defendants elderly parents house to extract money.

Successful rebuttal letter samples from members:
Council Tax & Parking Tickets

Council CEOs and
Finance Officers

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