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What is your situation please?
What sort of things does he have?
I'm afraid I can't really give you good news and so I can only apologise.
Bailiffs can't act without a court order. That is what a bailiff is. He is the court enforcer.
You do have the option to Sue for the sum of money that these goods are worth and then if he doesn't pay you could instruct a bailiff.
To actually recover those specific items though you will need to get the courts direct that and that will only happen if they are unique. The birth certificate is unique. Some memorabilia can be unique but the clothes and dryer machine are not I'm afraid.
You do have that option open to you though.
I'm very sorry but that is the position I'm afraid. Obviously he is being unreasonable but the limitations on the law allow that sadly.
Can I clarify anything for you?
All the best. I'm very sorry.
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