What kinda powers do these guys actually have?

 

Can they be told to just go away when they come calling, or can they force their way in to your house and take what they want?

 

 

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I'll tell you when he gets here as he's going to probably turn up at my door within the next week. He's coming after me for goods worth 17 grand. Good luck to him as he'll find bugger all here of any value. I don't know whether the sheriff comes out personally or not, maybe he does, but you can be sure he brings some intimidating, no necked bouncer types with him or gets the Gardai to quote some legislation.

 

If anyone has previously successfully warded off the Sheriff please let us know how you did it. I've sent him his Oath yesterday (kept a copy of it for myself to present to him in person or to whatever body builders are present), posted a removal of implied right of access on my window and also printed out copies of the Garda Oath should they be used as musclemen.

 

I don't know whether any of these will be successful but I'm buggered if I'm just going to let them come around here and break into my property without at least putting up a (peaceful) fight.

I seen a post on getoutofdebtfree, where a guy sold all his stuff to his friend they signed a contract of sale and had it witnessed by a solicitor!

 

Then had a rental contract drawn up which they both signed, and again had it witnessed by a solicitor.Now he doesn't own anything he only rents it for 50 years form his friend, so the sheriff can't take anything.

 

 might be an idea 

 

 

 

 

Hi Mor., give Darrel O Dea a ring on 0851735737 he is great to talk to and a minefield of knowledge and he recently thwarted the Sheriff by returning summons and accepting his oath. Eiru also did this with the TV licence check out her post here-http://tirnasaor.com/forum/topics/tv-licencingirelands-new?commentI...

Check out my first letter post also to the BOI here-

http://tirnasaor.com/forum/topics/blank-of-ireland-my-first?xg_sour...



Morradichi said:

I'll tell you when he gets here as he's going to probably turn up at my door within the next week. He's coming after me for goods worth 17 grand. Good luck to him as he'll find bugger all here of any value. I don't know whether the sheriff comes out personally or not, maybe he does, but you can be sure he brings some intimidating, no necked bouncer types with him or gets the Gardai to quote some legislation.

 

If anyone has previously successfully warded off the Sheriff please let us know how you did it. I've sent him his Oath yesterday (kept a copy of it for myself to present to him in person or to whatever body builders are present), posted a removal of implied right of access on my window and also printed out copies of the Garda Oath should they be used as musclemen.

 

I don't know whether any of these will be successful but I'm buggered if I'm just going to let them come around here and break into my property without at least putting up a (peaceful) fight.

David, you're a legend, thanks. I'll get in touch with Darrell.

Sun tzu information seems to have worked for others. Sell your stuff to a close friend and lease it back for x amount per year.

 

Imagine you got brought to court by your mate for non payment of lease. LOL

Just a quick update on my situation.

I got a 'warrant of liabilities' from the sheriff on Jan 20. On Jan 21 I sent him his Oath by registered post which he received on Jan 24. I have heard absolutely nothing from the sheriff, bailiffs or tax office since then.

It's been over 6 weeks and no sign that this is going any further. If there are developments I'll post them here, but thanks to information and advice I got from people on this site it's looking promising. So thank you.

Even if the sheriff does turn up, a 'warrant of liabilities' is bollocks - it's a glorified statement and means nothing. I won't be contracting and he won't get a foot in my door, unless he wants to cause a breach of the peace.
Good to hear man, hopfully they'll stay away!! I should be sending out letter one mbna, in the next week or so!

hey just wondering if anythig came of this? hope it all worked out for you!
Morradichi said:
Just a quick update on my situation.

I got a 'warrant of liabilities' from the sheriff on Jan 20. On Jan 21 I sent him his Oath by registered post which he received on Jan 24. I have heard absolutely nothing from the sheriff, bailiffs or tax office since then.

It's been over 6 weeks and no sign that this is going any further. If there are developments I'll post them here, but thanks to information and advice I got from people on this site it's looking promising. So thank you.

Even if the sheriff does turn up, a 'warrant of liabilities' is bollocks - it's a glorified statement and means nothing. I won't be contracting and he won't get a foot in my door, unless he wants to cause a breach of the peace.
Just a quick note to say I had a letter from the Sherriff looking for payment. I sent him his oath and a few weeks later I got a call which I ignored but my Mam got a knock on the door asking my whereabouts and he was there to collect money or goods to the value of xK. :-)
He doesnt live here was my Mams reply. Well, nothing I can do here so.
Received a letter from Banks Solicitors shortly afterwards saying my case had been withdrawn from Sherriffs office and they'd be pursuing me again. I fed the dustbin with that.

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