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Is Coalition going cold on bailiff regulation?

BPA’s Patrick Troy says government has no appetite for creating new bodies

The formal regulation of bailiffs is a step that the current government may find it hard to justify, however well put the case or pressing the need, said Patrick Troy, chief executive of the British Parking Association (BPA), at the Enforcement Summit.

In May the Ministry of Justice (MOJ) published its long-awaited consultation paper, Transforming Bailiff Action, which included proposals on a simplified fee structure, an independent regulator and revised bailiff certification. The paper...

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