Local authority debt collection and enforcement methods against individuals

A note on local authority debt collection and the methods of enforcement available against individuals, linking to other relevant Practical Law content. The note includes the collection methods available in initial cases of non-payment, such as agreed payment plans, and how court action will be taken in more serious cases potentially ending with the issuing of bankruptcy proceedings.


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