You must agree with the bailiff on regular payments that you can afford. The police officer must restart the enforcement process and cannot interrupt access to new products with the intention of concluding a new controlled goods agreement. If the sale of the goods is necessary, the sale must be by public sale, unless the court orders something else [Note 83]. The Tribunal may issue such an injunction at the request of the enforcement officer [Note 84]. A regulated goods contract is a regulated contract between a bailiff and a debt that allows the debtor to retain the right to use his property in exchange for the commitment to settle the debt according to an agreed payment plan. Once the Protective Controlled Goods Agreement (PCGA) is in effect, the owner is protected throughout the payment plan. Once the landlord controls the tenant`s property, tenants and landlords are protected from one of their creditors, who can proceed with enforced enforcement measures. It is really important to keep the refund plan in your controlled merchandise contract. If you miss a payment, the bailiff can return and remove the items in your contract. You will try to sell everything they take away to pay off your debts. If you are late with debt or any payment, the merchandise will be removed and sold. In some cases, they may be sold at public auction and may not reach the value you think they hold, which means that if a CGA is manufactured, it can actually cover more goods than you think.
The law enforcement officer cannot ensure the safety of goods if, therefore, a person does not have adequate access to essential facilities, including exempt goods (see item 9.30), or reasonable means of entering or leaving the premises, including emergency escape [Note 59]. The police officer can no longer take control of the debtor`s goods after the expiry of a 12-month period beginning from the date of the deed of execution (see item 9.32) [note 46]. A police officer can take control of the goods every day of the week [note 50]. When a police officer violates a provision of the law or acts as part of a defective enforcement power, the debtor may bring a legal action in which the court orders the return of the goods to the debtor and orders damages to the debtor [Note 104]. If the debtor does not comply with a debt repayment agreement with the agent, the 12-month period begins from the date of the breach [Note 47]. 9.45 Only the debtor`s property can control if you do not sign the contract, the judicial officer has the right to withdraw and sell your property to pay your debts. It`s unlikely they`ll do it – it`s worth trying to negotiate the best payment plan you can. However, the officer cannot take control of the goods before 6 a.m.
or after 9 p.m. on any given day, unless [note 51]: the officer cannot reach an agreement with a person who cannot understand the effect of such an agreement and who, therefore, would not be able to do so.