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A Saudi princess reportedly paid what she owed a Paris store after a bailiff showed up at her hotel with a court order allowing him to seize her luggage. Maha al-Sudairi owed more than $120,000 to Key Largo, a clothing chain, the BBC reported Saturday.
A British man said he returned home to find his house had been mistakenly repossessed by incompetent court bailiffs. Ian Parrott, 62, said he arrived at his Eynesbury, England, home Thursday to find the locks changed, the mailbox boarded shut, and a notice in his window saying the home had been repossessed and he had seven days to reclaim his belongings, the Daily Mail reported Wednesday. Parrott said he spent the night at his son's house and discovered the next day that his house had been...
A British court has overturned an earlier decision that awarded a man $30,000 for emotional distress caused by parking tickets. Zun Noon sued London's Newham Council after bailiffs were sent to his home to collect money from four parking tickets issued in October 2007, The Daily Mail reported Monday. Noon, whose suit claimed emotional distress, was awarded about $30,000 after Newham Council representatives failed to appear in Bow County court. A council spokeswoman said officials were forced...
Bailiffs have spent a sixth day chasing two "human moles" who are protesting against plans for opencast coal mining in Smalley. The pair - a man and a woman - remained underground last night in an attempt to evade eviction.
By Melissa Moody, The Evening News and the Tribune, Jeffersonville, Ind. Jun. 17--READ ALL ABOUT IT - THE LETTER: Read a copy of the letter from the judge's referenced in the story below.
- The act of burning, scorching, or heating to dryness; the state or being thus heated or dried.
- In medicine, cauterization.