Entry at relevant premises

You have a right under the legislation to enter the defaulter's premises by any door, or usual means of entry, to take control of goods. Once you are on the premises and have begun to take control of goods, you are not obliged to leave. As long as you do not behave illegally, you are carrying out your statutory duty. If you are challenged, the enforcement power enabling you to take control is Section 127 Finance Act 2008 (S127FA08).

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