Generally, once a claimant has a charge, they will leave it in place, although they can, if you make no further effort to repay the money, get a further order to send bailiffs round if they get fed up of waiting.
Clearly, this has been to court and you lost. You were ordered to pay money as a result of the judgement and you did not pay it.. The agent made a further application to instruct bailiffs on the basis that you were ignoring the judgement and the charge. The bailiffs will charge each time they visit .
The only way you can get rid of this is to pay the money which you owe and the bailiffs charges o or come to an agreement to pay the agent. Meanwhile, do not let the bailiffs inbecause they have no right to enter the property , regardless of what they may tell you. Close the door in their face and if they refuse to go, call the police.
. This will not go away and you need to make arrangements to repay them .
. I appreciate that this is not the answer you wanted, but there is no point in me misleading you. there is not a magic way of getting bailiffs to go away if you actually owe the money which, on these facts, you do.
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