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Dukes Bailiffs Limited
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Enforcement success through partnerships, integrity & expertise
Enforcement success through partnerships, integrity & expertise

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For free, in-house training on Certus please contact 01785 825 509.
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"We employed Dukes Bailiffs to deal with the removal of travellers at one of our sites. We were very happy from the outset with their response to our initial enquiry. In addition, they were most professional and efficient in handling the eviction on our behalf, keeping us advised of progress on a regular basis. Dukes would be our first port of call in a similar situation and we would have no hesitation in recommending their services." SHS Estates, Nicola Hearson.
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Can you re-possess goods of mine that haven’t been paid for?

Usually, if we can gain access to them, if they are as sold (not fixed or annexed to something, like guttering to a building). Your signed T&Cs should stipulate retention of title until payment is made.
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Sarah Small, Portfolio Manager shares why BJB have continually used Dukes for the recovery of their commercial rent arrears for the past 20 years.
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At Dukes we've been quick to adopt online payments and new tech like Google Wallet to make sure anyone who is willing to pay their debts is able to do so. Why? Because ‘new’ payment methods are no longer just a tool for early adopters – they're becoming an essential.

Take a look at my article here: https://buff.ly/2gXZQYz
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Are you going to the CIVEA conference next week in London?

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Learn about Dukes Bailiffs; who we are and why we are different to the other Enforcement and Debt Collection companies in England and Wales.
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Concerns raised over banks' mistreatment of small businesses
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Credit cards criticised for targeting customers in debt
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Refuse collection is proving to cause problems when it comes to council cutbacks. Following the disruption caused by the seven-week bin service strike in Birmingham, a new report from the Local Government and Social Care Ombudsman (LGSCO) suggests that local authorities are seeing rising costs due to failed refuse collections. As a result, councils face another difficult decision over how they should maintain front-line resources in the face of large, continuing funding cuts.
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