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Hi, thank you for your message. Welcome to just answer. I am very sorry to hear about your sisters situation. Can I confirm is she able to contact the bailiffs directly?
Hi, thank you for your message. I am very sorry to hear about your situation and understand this to be very frustrating.
In regards ***** ***** sister feeling threatened by him she should contact the police with evidence and they will investigate the matter for your. You will be asked to provide them a statement and they will notify you if they arrest/charge the person. If the matter is brought to court the judge may award a restraining order against him preventing the person to contact you. A restraining order is made by the criminal court to prevent a person from contacting or pursuing a course of conduct with another person. The order is designed to protect the person named from crime against an individual and they can be made on conviction or acquittal of any criminal offence. Any person convicted or acquitted (found innocent or not proven) of a criminal offence can be made subject of a restraining order. You can find your local police here: https://www.police.uk/contact/
In regards ***** ***** bailiffs. I can understand this is a difficult situation to be in. If he is pretending to be someone he is not and giving a false adress you should also contact the police about this with evidence and they may investigate further. You can also contact the High Court Enforcement Officers' Association, email your complaint to *****@******.*** to explain the situation and they may look into this accordingly.
I hope this helps and I wish you all the best in dealing with this matter. Please do not hesitate to contact me should you have further questions regarding this matter. I am happy to answer follow-up questions - please do get in touch with extra information or further queries and I will do my best to help you. Best wishes.