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  Bailiff - LoveToKnow 1911   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
The bailiff of a sheriff is an under-officer employed by a` sheriff within a county for the purpose of executing writs, processes, distraints and arrests.
Special bailiffs are officers appointed by the sheriff at the request of a plaintiff for the purpose of executing a particular process.
The high bailiff is responsible for all the acts and defaults of himself, and of the bailiffs appointed to assist him, in the same way as a sheriff of a county is responsible for the acts and defaults of himself and his officers.
75.1911encyclopedia.org /Bailiff   (1576 words)

 Bailiff and Jury Commissioner   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
A bailiff should be present at every trial to announce the opening and closing of the court, to obtain witnesses as they are called to testify, to ask everyone to rise when the trial judge enters or leaves the courtroom, and to take care of administrative errands during the trial.
The bailiff should be familiar with the location of the principal offices and facilities, such as the library, within the law complex.
The bailiff should remain neutral throughout the trial of a case and not assume a partisan attitude toward either the prosecution or the defense.
fp.uni.edu /maclink/bailiff.htm   (962 words)

 Bailiff (Channel Islands) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Bailiff is the first civil officer in each of the Channel Island bailiwicks of Jersey and Guernsey, serving as president of the legislature and the Royal Court.
The Bailiff is appointed by the Crown, and generally holds office until retirement age (65 in Guernsey, 70 in Jersey).
In 1617 a Privy Council decision clarified the division of civil and military responsibilities between the bailiff and the governor.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Bailiff_(Channel_Islands)   (362 words)

 Bailiffs and Bailiff Laws | Payplan
Bailiffs can be used to seize goods for payment of arrears on all kinds of debt such as council tax arrears, child support arrears, debts in either the county court or High Court, national insurance, VAT and tax.
A bailiff who has gained peaceful entry can use force to open internal doors and cupboards, and will be able to return to the property in the future and if peaceful entry is denied they have the power to break in.
The bailiff can also take goods which are jointly owned by the debtor and another person, but if they are eventually sold they must pay the other person their share of the money.
www.payplan.com /debt-library/bailiffs-bailiff-law.php   (934 words)

In addition, the bailiff is responsible for swearing in witnesses, handling evidence for the trial and escorting prisoners to and from the courtroom.
The bailiff is responsible for being aware of everything that is happening in the courtroom at all times.
As a bailiff, you should always remember that you are responsible for the safety of everyone in the courtroom.
www.ivafreehelp.co.uk /debt_uk_articles/Bailiff.htm   (718 words)

 Manchester City Council: Council Tax: Bailiff Code of Practice
Bailiffs and employees, contractors and agents of the bailiff firm must be aware that they represent the Council in their dealings with debtors.
The bailiff should be aware of the sensitive and confidential nature of this work and should take care to ensure that information regarding the debtors circumstances are not passed on to or discussed with a third party.
Where the bailiff is unsuccessful in his attempts to obtain payment and the liability order is to be returned to the Council, it should be returned endorsed to the effect that the person making distress was unable (for whatever reason) to find any or sufficient goods of the debtor on which to levy.
www.manchester.gov.uk /counciltax/payments/bailiff.htm   (2245 words)

 bailiff sheriff australia court info   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
Bailiffs of the Magistrates Courts are not Commercial Agents, Debt Collectors or Private Investigators, although they may hold licences for such professions.
Bailiffs' fees are prescribed by legislation, are GST exempt, and are recoverable as part of a Judgment debt.
Warrants issued by a Court must be executed by a Bailiff of the Court in the District (area of jurisdiction) in which the Defendant resides.
www.bailiff.com.au   (857 words)

 Debt Basics - Bailiff Guide
Bailiffs used by the magistrates court to collect unpaid council tax, outstanding fines, compensation or unpaid maintenance will be acting on either a 'distress warrant' or a 'liability order' issued by the magistrates court.
Bailiffs are well aware of their limited powers and may use a variety of different means to gain entry peaceably.
Bailiffs should avoid so far as is practicable avoid disclosing the purpose of their visit to anyone who is not the debtor.
www.insolvencyhelpline.co.uk /debt_basics/bailiff-guide.htm   (3154 words)

 Player Bio: David Bailiff :: Football
Bailiff was named the American Football Coaches Association's Region 5 Coach of the Year and finished third in the voting for the Eddie Robinson Award presented annually to the top coach in Division I-AA.
Bailiff, who is known as one of the premiere recruiters in the state of Texas, joined the TCU staff after serving as assistant head coach at Texas State University.
Bailiff is married to the former Angie Daniels of Versailles, Mo. He has a daughter, Brooke (22), and the couple has twin nine-year-old sons, Grayson and Gregory.
txstatebobcats.cstv.com /sports/m-footbl/mtt/bailiff_david00.html   (1094 words)

 BAILIFF - Online Information article about BAILIFF
Act 1887, § 34, is referred to as the bailiff of the franchise).
Probably the first royal bailiffs or seneschals were the seigniorial bailiffs of certain great fiefs that had been reunited to the crown, their functions still continuing after the See also:
fief-holders, was maintained (and it was still in force at the end of the 17th century), it was the bailiffs who organized it.
encyclopedia.jrank.org /AUD_BAI/BAILIFF.html   (2011 words)

 Bailiffs Act, R.S.O. 1990, c. B.2   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
(1) A bailiff may act as a bailiff in a county other than the county for which he or she is appointed if the consent of the Minister is first obtained.  R.S.O. 1990, c.
                        (i)    is, or is proposed to be, appointed as a bailiff, and
      (2) A bailiff that is a corporation shall perform the duty imposed on it under subsection (1) by ensuring that all assistant bailiffs in its employ are supervised in a responsible and diligent manner by a bailiff who is a director or employee of the corporation.  2004, c.
www.e-laws.gov.on.ca /DBLaws/Statutes/English/90b02_e.htm   (3622 words)

Bailiffs, along with judges and magistrates, have their own important role to play in the civil justice system as they are officers who enforce court orders.
Bailiffs are present during every Magistrates Court proceeding and assist in the orderly conduct of court sittings.
Bailiffs make contact with a range of people in varying circumstances so a high level of maturity and responsibility are essential to this job, as are excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
getaccess.westone.wa.gov.au /careers/profiles/data/OCC303.asp   (1155 words)

  (1)  A bailiff may act as a bailiff in a county other than the county for which he or she is appointed if the consent of the Minister is first obtained.
  (1)  The costs of a bailiff for travelling or accommodation outside the county for which he or she is appointed shall not be charged as recoverable costs in a seizure, repossession or eviction unless the costs are assessed under the
     (c)   a bailiff is needed for the public convenience in the county in which the applicant intends to carry on business as a bailiff.
www.bailiffsolutionsinc.com /ba.html   (1792 words)

If the bailiff believes that you have insufficient goods to clear the debt or that there is no prospect of peaceful entry he will issue a ‘Nulla Bona’ certificate to the council and return the case to the council.
The bailiff is required to leave you a copy of the fees that they are allowed to charge under law.
We monitor the bailiff’s performance on a continual basis, to ensure that the bailiff is working within the terms and conditions of contract.
www.e-lindsey.gov.uk /council/council-tax/bailiff.cfm   (1017 words)

 "Bailiff" Defined
BAILIFF - a law enforcement officer, usually a sheriff, marshal or constable, assigned to a courtroom to keep peace and assist the judge, courtroom clerks, witnesses and jury.
There are still bailiffs of particular towns in England as the bailiff of Dover Castle, etc., otherwise bailiffs are now only officers or stewards, etc. as Bailiffs of liberties, appointed by every lord within his liberty, to serve writs, etc.
Sheriff 's Bailies, sheriff's officers to execute writs; these are also called bound bailiffs because they are usually bound in a bond to the sheriff for the due exeecution of their office.
www.lectlaw.com /def/b079.htm   (395 words)

 Martinell Bailiff Connections : Bailiff
B.F. Bailiff, Aged 69 and 68 respectively, received injuries from which they died Tuesday night as the automobile in which they were riding stalled on the Main street crossing and was struck by a fast eastbound Burlington freight train.
O.B. Bailiff who was driving his own car, a new 1939 Chevrolet coach, said he did not hear the warning bell or see the swinging red light and was unaware of the approaching train until the wheels of the automobile were upon the tracks.
Bailiff were hurled or dragged, or both, for a distance of about 150 feet and were thrown clear of the train.The man was hurled about twenty feet to the right of the main line tracks and his wife and the car were in between and not quite as far to the east.
www.pacifier.com /~jgmb/p3.htm   (1369 words)

 Department for Constitutional Affairs Website
Bailiffs are people authorised to recover the money that you owe a person or an organisation.
Bailiffs collecting council tax, community charge, distress for rent, road traffic debts and non-domestic rates, should leave a copy of the fee scales that they can charge with you when they visit your premises.
If the bailiff has seized goods which do not belong to you, the rightful owner can apply to the court for the goods to be returned.
www.dca.gov.uk /consult/bailiff/bannd1fr.htm   (1518 words)

 * Dusted Reviews - Jessica Bailiff *   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
In her latest full-length release (her third on Kranky), Bailiff combines folk acoustic guitar, droning guitars, and overarching vocals to create a lush, mysterious world reminiscent of a place between the songwriting of Nick Drake and the spirit of so-called sonic experimentalists like Kevin Shields and Sonic Boom.
At the heart of Bailiff’s songs is an earnestness manifest in simple chord progressions, piano lines and poetic lyrics delivered with sincere emotion.
Bailiff admits in interviews that she never really liked folk music, nor does she consider herself a space-rocker.
www.dustedmagazine.com /reviews/519   (481 words)

 The History of Rock Music. Jessica Bailiff: biography, discography, reviews, links
Bailiff si concentra su una forma di nenia rallentata a dismisura e in quella forma riesce davvero a eccellere.
Despite the apparent simplicity, Bailiff's music is an exercise in subtlety: Hour Of The Traces sounds like the ghostly version of a medieval "chanson", Mary is an ecstatic psalm that resonates with a mantra-like droning effect.
Bailiff continues to sharpen her aesthetic persona: a sweeter version of Nick Drake's solipsistic paranoia, a female version of Donovan's naive folk music, a homely version of Enya's magical fairy-tale chants.
www.scaruffi.com /vol5/jbailiff.html   (1745 words)

 Mr. Bailiff Inc. has operated in the City of Toronto By special appointment Mr. Bailiff Inc. can provide bailliff ...
We have a staff of Ministry appointed, bonded bailiffs who have built a reputation for knowledge and good service based on their expertise in Landlord and Tenant matters and the Repair and Storage Liens Act.
Bailiffs have enforcement and custody jurisdiction over personal property and land granted under a variety of different pieces of legislation, and can be retained by the general public.
Under the Bailiffs Act, a bailiff means a person who acts, assists any person to act or holds him or herself out as being available to act for or on behalf of any other person in the repossession or seizure of chattels or in any eviction.
www.mrbailiffinc.com   (158 words)

 Jessica Bailiff
Jessica Bailiff sent kranky a tape of some songs she had been working on in 1997.
 Jessica Bailiff had met Low in 1994, contributed some photography to the band and started trading tapes with Alan Sparhawk when her first involvement in bands were unproductive.
A third, eponymous record, described by Bailiff as being about "...stagefright, dreams, loss of creative energy/desire, love & time, living in the same place all your life, ghosts, near-death experiences, etc...," was released in October of 2002.
www.kranky.net /artists/bailiffj.html   (648 words)

The bailiffs act on behalf of the Council to recover the debt whether by arrangement or by removing the goods (known as distress) and selling them at auction.
Arrangements are at the discretion of the bailiffs but will not go beyond nine months without the consent of the Council.
Correspondence to the bailiffs where a written reply is required, will be dealt with in 10 working days.
www.spelthorne.gov.uk /wrk_ctax_bailiff.htm   (266 words)

 Department for Constitutional Affairs Website
When the certificated bailiff levies on your goods, he/she will give you or leave at your premises a form which sets out the amount you owe and the fees, charges and expenses authorised in the rules.
If you wish to complain about a certificated bailiff because you do not think he/she is fit to hold a certificate, you need to contact the county court which issued the certificate.
If you are unsure whether the bailiff holds a certificate you can contact the Court Manager at your local county court and provide him/her with the bailiff's name.
www.dca.gov.uk /consult/bailiff/bannd2fr.htm   (1333 words)

 Bailiff - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The administrative and financial role of the bailliages and sénéchaussées declined in the early modern period (superseded by the king's royal tax collectors and regional gouverneurs, and later by the intendants), and by the end of the 18th century, the bailliages, which numbered into the hundreds, served only a judicial function.
However the term Bailie is still used as an honorary title by Glasgow City Council for a number of senior councillors who can deputise for the Lord Provost.
These special agents are state level law enforcement officers, trained through the Maine Criminal Justice Academy and hold the same power and duties throughout the State, that the Sheriff's have within their respective counties.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Bailiff   (1546 words)

 Bailiff's Office Brisbane
The Bailiffs Office Brisbane Magistrates Court is the generic name given to the Administrative Office of a Collective of Appointed Bailiffs servicing the Greater Brisbane Area, including a number of suburban Court Houses.
The Bailiffs Office is situated in the area of the Civil Registry but is not a part of the registry or the Magistrates Court.
A Bailiff will be on duty at the Bailiffs Office during the operating hours of the Civil Court registry (9.00am - 4pm) to assist the general public, business community, Government Departments and the Legal Profession with enquiries regarding services and duties of the Bailiff and service and enforcement of Civil Process.
www.bailiffsofficebrisbane.com.au   (386 words)

 Bailiff of Madness (Hellstorm servant)
Nonetheless, a Bailiff possesses sufficient power to travel between the Splinter Realms of Hell, and to communicate and arbitrate between the Lords of those realms.
History: The Bailiffs are apparently a race of demon-beings, spawned from an unidentified mother, and used as servants and ambassadors by various Lords of the Splinter Realms of Hell.
The Bailiff told them to consider it done, and remarked that he expected antagonism from the nobility.
www.marvunapp.com /Appendix/bailiffm.htm   (362 words)

 Jessica Bailiff   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
Bailiff's partner in crime, to a certain extent, is none other than Low's own Alan Sparhawk.
Sparhawk encouraged both Bailiff's musical explorations but also her submission of a demo to Chicago based Kranky.
Bailiff's sound is quite analogous to Low in many respects but differs in a few that are quite unique amongst the Slo-Core genre.
www.epitonic.com /artists/jessicabailiff.html   (349 words)

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