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    Iíve just had a visit by an arrest warrant officer? Heís given me a noticed to sign saying Iíll attend court regarding council tax. He said if I didnít sign it he has the power to call the police to arrest me until the hearing. Iíve been trying to make an agreement with them and not their Ďagents Ďand been paying a min of £50 a month direct to the council. This goes back to before and during Covid when we bad left the mortgaged property ready for sale that fell through. The house was empty for 2 years and I had asked for some sort of reduction as we canít afford both. I deny an income form. My husband works abroad. I canít work as Iím ill and also awaiting surgery. So do they have and rights of arrest or bringing about an arrest ? Are they using scare tactics to get me to attend and surely signing a Ďlegalí document given I was on very strong pain killers and as he noted, I looked quite dozy? He also couldnít do anything about my husband as heís in Denmark working. Iím not sure what to do next as I am in bed because of my back (slipped discs, DDD, lordosis, fibromyalgia, osteoarthritis, osteopenia Ö. The list is endless
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    Hi Sunny

    Welcome to LB

    Firstly try not to stress yourself.

    Email the Council and Bristow & Sutor, explain that you are a 'Vulnerable' Person, if you have 'medical evidence', email that too.

    Separately lodge a complaint with Bristow & Sutor, they shouldn't ignore what you are telling them, hopefully the Council might take the debt back.

    https://www.bristowsutor.co.uk/polic...laints-policy/

    (If you feel comfortable complaining to the Council, do so).

    Amend the following template, then email it to Bristow & Sutor and the Council.

    https://www.nationaldebtline.org/sam...vulnerable-ew/

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