Where the enforcement agent takes over goods which do not belong to the debtor or which are under an instalment purchase contract, the third party must prove this in order to recover them, which may give rise to inter-delegate proceedings before the High Court, where a master determines to whom the goods belong. If you let the bailiff into your house, he can withdraw your belongings and sell them to pay your debts. You can only delete items listed in the controlled goods agreement they have with you and give you a receipt for everything they carry. They did not enter into an agreement on controlled goods. Here, the fee covers the period from the first visits of the HCEO to the (but not included) of your goods. It is necessary for a creditor to take possession of a debtor`s assets in order to sell them, if the debt remains unpaid. The agreement identifies the property that can be taken and sold to repay the debt, as well as an estimate of the selling price of each item. . . .