Can Insolvency Practitioners appointed a trustee by the court or by the Secretary of State use force and violence to obtain domestic property from individuals and families.

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Dear The Law Society,

Can Insolvency Practitioners appointed a trustee by the court or by the Secretary of State use force and violence to obtain domestic property from individuals and families.

What punishment does the Insolvency Services or the government or any authority inflict on rogue IP's who instruct enforcement agent thugs who drag people from their homes for a civil matter?

How many complaints has the Insolvency Services received regarding IP's criminal actions that have allowed thugs to inflict injuries and to terrorise their victims into being made unlawfully homeless to benefit a trustee and others by unjust means using force, threats and violence, when they know they can not use force to gain entry to domestic homes for a civil 'debt' including so-called High Court enforcement AGENTS.

How many IP's have been sent to prison for their part in these heinous crimes of assault, battery and theft or terrorising or blackmailing their victims into believing they have to leave their homes or they will be instructing thugs to use force against them.

House of Commons Briefing Paper Enforcement Officers (formerly known as bailiffs) 24 July 2019.

5.4 Are not allowed to force entry to residential homes.

Yours faithfully,

Mr. J Stuart

Bob Stanley, The Law Society

Dear Mr Stuart

 

Freedom of Information Request – Our Ref: FOI/064

 

Thank you for your email of 3 March 2021 requesting information. I am
treating this as an information request under the Law Society Freedom of
Information Code of Practice ("the Code").

 

You have requested the following information:

 

“Can Insolvency Practitioners appointed a trustee by the court or by the
Secretary of State use force and violence to obtain domestic property from
individuals and families.

What punishment does the Insolvency Services or the government or any
authority inflict on rogue IP's who instruct enforcement agent thugs who
drag people from their homes for a civil matter?

How many complaints has the Insolvency Services received regarding IP's
criminal actions that have allowed thugs to inflict injuries and to
terrorise their victims into being made unlawfully homeless to benefit a
trustee and others by unjust means using force, threats and violence, when
they know they can not use force to gain entry to domestic homes for a
civil 'debt' including so-called High Court enforcement AGENTS.

How many IP's have been sent to prison for their part in these heinous
crimes of assault, battery and theft or terrorising or blackmailing their
victims into believing they have to leave their homes or they will be
instructing thugs to use force against them.

House of Commons Briefing Paper Enforcement Officers (formerly known as
bailiffs) 24 July 2019.

5.4 Are not allowed to force entry to residential homes.”

 

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The Law Society has no oversight of insolvency practitioners but the
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The Insolvency Practitioner Code of Ethics may also be useful:

 

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