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The Undertaker + posted a topic in England & WalesLoads of youtube videos feature people putting notices on their doors, which state along the lines off; " implied rights of access revoked to all bailliffs/police , attendance on property will be trespass/ trespasser will be liable for xxx amount of money" Another popular video is where the bailiff turns up with warrant of entry, debtor inspects warrant and states warrant is invalid because no wet signature is on warrant. Both above situations lead to a stand off and police attend. Questions are how does revoking implied rights of access stop a bailiff with a court warrant?
'Newlyn Bailiff Gets owned by a Merseyside Constable'. Nothing bad or outrageous in this video. The bailiffs call the police as they want the debtor arrested for whatever reason and the PC schools them (and their boss on the phone).