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    The bailiff is trying to prevent you recovering the money on the grounds you paid by agreement. This happens when you pay somebody else debt. When you bring a claim, you must assert by making an affidavit, the bailiff wrote the comment on the receipt AFTER you paid and there is no agreement. You paid after a threat of having your goods removed.

    The bailiff wrote “voluntary payment” on a document

    A bailiff obtains a money transfer knowing the person giving that money is not the debtor.

    The bailiff is trying to prevent you from bringing an action against him.

    The words are usually wirtten on the document AFTER the person was made over the sum to the bailiff.

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