Circumstances where you may re-enter the premises

If, when you originally entered the debtor's premises, there were no or insufficient goods of which you could take control, therefore no Controlled Goods Agreement (CGA) exists, then you can re-enter the premises, but only where:

there were goods in use by the debtor at the time of your visit which you did not seize (and the value justifies the return)

you believe further goods may now be available (such as a hauliers where some of their vehicles were not available at the time of your original visit).

Only in these circumstances is it permissible to re-enter the premises and take control of such goods.

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