Dear Derby City Council,

nder foi or in the public interest can you please answer the following questions...we have had over 20 councils now reply to the same questions within 48 hours .we hope you will do the same

1. Does your enforcement agent contract allow your enforcement agents to issue an
indemnity against prosecution for themselves without the agreement of the council in
cases where they have wrongfully seized and to vulnerable
2. Have you ever allowed bailiffs to make their own settlement agreements where goods
have to be returned?
3. Would you allow enforcement agents to breach the equalities act if it meant your
business rates were collected?
4. How would you react if they did this without you knowing?
5. Would you class a secret indemnity which achieves a gain at the cost to the
vulnerable victim a material breach of contract .?
6. Must enforcement agents always report failed levies and a full report when dealing
with vulnerable customers
thank you for your public concern in answering these questions asap.

Yours faithfully,

claire moore

Yours faithfully,

claire moore

FOI, Derby City Council

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Dear Claire Moore,

 

The Council confirms it holds information that falls within the
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Dear FOI,

Thank you for your prompt reply

This is not a complaint involving your council and although hypothetical is in your interest and your publics

A secret indemnity is where the bailiff seizes in error holds onto goods for three months then returns all goods but only if the person under mental health care agrees he wont sue
The bailiff them hides this breach of equality law and the failed levy from the council until it comes to when the mentally ill person recovers then sues the council for negligence

Yours sincerely,

claire moore

FOI, Derby City Council

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As advised in the response the Act entitles you to information held by the Council in electronic or paper records not opinions.

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DE1 2FS
Telephone 01332 640763 or e-mail [Derby City Council request email] <<<mailto:[Derby City Council request email]>>>

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Yours sincerely ,

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