Where can the bailiffs visit?
Bailiffs can visit any property in England or Wales where you live, or run a business. In practice, they’re most likely to visit you at home.
Bailiffs can visit someone else’s property if your goods are stored there, but they need a court warrant first.
If you’re self-employed they can visit your business address. But if you work for someone else they shouldn’t call at your workplace.
They can also take any goods you’ve left on a public road, including your car. Some bailiffs use automatic number plate recognition (ANPR) cameras so they can identify wanted cars as they drive round. They can get your car details from the DVLA to help identify your car.