Our experienced Quality Bailiffs service in Birmingham
Quality Bailiffs operates across the Midlands
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Out-of-office hours emergency eviction service
Offering our Quality Bailiffs service in and around Birmingham and throughout the Midlands region, our trusted team have years of experience in the industry. When combined with our determination to succeed, we deliver a range of bailiff services that meet the differing requirements of our clients.
With the whole Quality Bailiffs team having extensive knowledge of the services delivered, we are proud to be able to provide truly effective and results-driven bailiff services throughout Birmingham and the surrounding areas. Recognised for our offering with a variety of award wins, our bailiff services are provided to deliver the results you need.
And by utilising our broad skills, we deliver bailiff services throughout Birmingham in three key areas:
Trespasser services in Birmingham
Traditional bailiff services for Birmingham
Birmingham debt recovery Services
Drawing on our collective time and experience in the sector, the services we provide are done so in a way to truly meet expectations and deliver to specific needs time and time again. What’s more, with our office in the heart of Birmingham (we’re within walking distance of Snow Hill station), we’re in an easy-to-access location from which to deliver our bailiff services throughout Birmingham and the surrounding locations.
Removing unwanted trespassers in Birmingham
As a landowner in Birmingham, the land you own is yours to have who you want on it at any point. This effectively means that if there is a someone on your land who you haven’t granted permission to, they’re on it illegally, and this is commonly known as trespassing.
By fully appreciating the details of trespassing, the Quality Bailiffs team in Birmingham have the skills and ability to remove any form of trespassers.
Supporting the eviction process of Birmingham-based travellers
Do you have unauthorised travellers on your land in or around Birmingham?
Illegal encampment on private land is, for many landowners, the biggest concern. Whether it’s an empty field or a built up commercial site, the financial implications of resolving any damage caused by the long-term sitting of travellers can be extremely problematic.
Known for having a large traveller problem, whilst steps are being taken to combat it on a wider level, the most important piece of information to understand as a landowner is that you have a common law right to evict travellers if they are located without your permission. We’re fully appreciative of the fact the eviction process can be challenging if you’re taking it on alone, which is why we aim to take the entire process off your hands and use our skills to ensure you can once again take control of your land.
Beginning by serving the appropriate notices and finishing with a physical presence on-site to finalise the eviction, we work closely with the West Midlands police constabulary when necessary to ensure the quickest of processes.
Knowing that trespassing can unfortunately be a recurring issue for someone landowners, once we regain possession, we have the ability to support you in ensuring you greatly reduce the likelihood of trespassers causing problems again.
Evicting Birmingham-based squatters and protesters
If a protest happens on private property without permission, the protesters can be evicted legally
With protests themselves not illegal, the majority that take place within Birmingham are planned, on public land and are entirely peaceful, happening without any issues.
But there are always some protests that take place without prior public planning, on land where permission hasn’t been granted. These protests can sometimes produce squatters, and if they make a decision not to vacate the property, our team of enforcement agents are able to efficiently evict them from the area.
Trained eviction bailiffs possessing large amounts of experience in dealing with everything from lock-ins through to managing conflict, the Specialist Enforcement Response Team in Birmingham can formally serve writs of possession against the the relevant parties. The starting of the process, the end result is achieved within a small time period, providing you with possession of your land, vacant of any unwanted protesters or squatters.
Horse and animal removal in Birmingham
Having unwanted horses or animals on your land can result in unnecessary damages, both physically and financially
When the topic of trespassing is discussed, most often think of men or women. However, it can just as easily be horses or other animals, and these themselves can prove to be particularly problematic.
Fortunately, law exists in the form of the Control of Horses Act 2015, which provides complete ability to remove any fly-grazing horses from your Birmingham land. What’s more, it can prove to be a notably quick process - starting by serving a 96 hour notice to the owners, should the animals not be removed within this time, our enforcement agents make arrangements for their removal, ideally in a way that sees them be rehomed.
Informing the relevant authorities during all parts of the processes - and ensuring the horses are safe, secure and have access to both food and water - our Birmingham-based Quality Bailiffs team are able to lead on this and deliver first-class results in what can sometimes be just a matter of days.
Using our Birmingham-based bailiff services to recover your assets
Relating to both commercial and personal matters, the trusted team in our Birmingham office are fully experienced in the necessary approaches to follow to take full control of any assets required.
Working with our solicitors to ensure all of the relevant legal documentation is effectively delivered, the team are meticulous in their methods and strive to deliver results that see your assets - or the value of them - returned to you.
Commercial lease forfeiture in Birmingham
If you have commercial tenants not vacating the property after a lease has been forfeited, support is available
With Birmingham having one of the highest concentrations of commercial properties in the UK, we unfortunately see commercial lease forfeiture more frequently than many may expect. Whilst this itself doesn’t always result in an issue and tenants vacate the property without problem, when they don’t, our Birmingham-based Quality Bailiffs team are able to step in and achieve a positive result.
Working first with an experienced locksmith to change the locks and secure the site (or gaining entry to it should this be needed), our enforcement agents serve all of the appropriate legal documents and aim for a process that is quick and prompt in delivering a solution.
Commercial rent arrears recovery throughout Birmingham
If your commercial tenants stop paying rent, our free service can recover any amount of amassed arrears
Being a commercial landlord, you will likely be happy to have some leniency in receiving rent, on the understanding that a couple of days is unlikely to make a large difference. However, when the rent doesn’t come at all, that’s when problems start to occur, and they only become more troublesome the more the rent isn’t paid.
There is good news if this happens to you, however, as law in the UK is in your favour to help you receive the monies you’re owed.
And we can help you to receive these completely free of charge.
Striving to recover your rental arrears without having to attend court, the enforcement agents in our Birmingham office will serve a Notice of Enforcement to explain what the tenant needs to do to prevent this. In many scenarios, the issuing of this itself is enough to prompt payment. But where this isn’t an immediate result, our team of respected bailiffs attend the property to actively take control of any assets amounting to the total value of any outstanding rental arrears.
As law also states the same can happen with the associated service fees to receive the arrears, we can seize control of any assets that also amount to these associated costs, allowing us to offer this service completely free of charge to you.
Birmingham-based CCJs and High Court enforcement
Enforcing the judgement on your behalf, we can achieve the desired result efficiently
Where you have had to go through the process of applying for a County Court Judgement (CCJ), receiving it is only the first part of the process - it then needs to be enforced.
A process exists, called transferring, whereby if your CCJ is to the value of at least £600, you can move your case from the County Court to the High Court. When this happens, UK law dictates that a Certificated Enforcement Agent (also known as a bailiff) can act on behalf of a High Court Enforcement Officer and recover any monies or assets owed to you.
A popular service as it removes the need for you to get in involved personally, our professional Birmingham team take care of every part of the process.
Recovering debt from Birmingham’s businesses and individuals
Whether it’s on a commercial or personal level, we can often find ourselves being owed money from others. Although most are happy to accommodate small delays, if payment doesn’t happen, this is when problems can occur - but our Birmingham team are able to step in and recover the debt on your behalf.
Recovering business to business debts around Birmingham
Having business debtors who don’t pay can be frustrating, but current legislation is in place to truly support you
Late payment legislation now exists and is useful as a Birmingham-based business to protect you against others who do not pay their invoices.
When hiring Quality Bailiffs for support, we remind the debtors that they are required to pay interest on the amount owed, as well as being liable for reimbursing you the recovery costs of the creditor if invoices are not paid on time.
As our experienced enforcement agents are fully versed in this area, where responses to reminders and collection letters aren’t received, they will attend the premises with a view to recovering the debt in person. Where this isn’t successful, the debt will be escalated, ultimately to the point where it is referred to our solicitors for legal processing and enforcement and recovery of the debt happens.
Delivering Birmingham-based statutory demands
When you’ve secured a legal statutory demand notice, it then needs delivering and enforcing
If you are owed money that is at least either £5,000 from an individual or £750 from a business, the Insolvency Act gives us the powers to enforce any statutory demand notice and aim for full settlement within 21 days.
Given the option of non-payment can realistically be bankruptcy or insolvency, it’s very often the case that the statutory demand being served by an enforcement agent is sufficient to receive the outstanding debt.
Support with visits and legal proceedings in Birmingham
An array of support services are provided to companies and individuals for debt recovery
Working in close proximity with a variety of Birmingham-based companies - often legal practices and property companies - our services are often utilised to help create the strong foundations required to build a firm legal case.
For instance, by having one of our bailiffs visit the property of a debtor, it’s possible to either continue creating a picture of their situation, or even recover the debt (or part of it) at the time. Whilst court proceedings are often needed, companies want to be certain it’s a) the right, or only remaining, route to take and b) something that is genuinely worth pursuing.
Our latest news and insights from our Birmingham bailiff team
Travellers demand money to leave car park
Recently we have had three groups of trespassers invade Supermarket car parks and demand money to leave quickly. We have evicted travellers and trespassers from car parks in London, Birmingham and Leeds.
Gypsy Eviction Birmingham
We had a call from the landlord of a small industrial estate in Birmingham. Recently two caravans and three other vehicles had camped on the main estate road.
Lease Forfeiture Birmingham
The landlord had rented his terraced shop out to a couple who said they were opening a discount store similar to a pound shop. They neglected to tell him that they it was going to be a discount sex shop.
County Court Judgment Birmingham
Having supplied goods to a to large dealership in Birmingham our client, a vehicle parts wholesaler, had not been paid for over £12k worth of goods.