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taking control of goods

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Definitions of taking control of goods

  • (UK) the temporary possession of a debtor’s assets taken by a court official until the assets can be sold to satisfy the execution of a charge (=a security interest in those assets)

    "If you refuse to sign the walking possession agreement, the bailiffs can immediately remove the goods they have seized."

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