Agents Stewart McCracken and Elmore Victor head to Liverpool for what they expect to be a routine repossession, but instead face the most challenging eviction of their careers. Behind the front door, they find a critically ill two-year-old child with major heart problems, who is on constant life support and unable to breathe without a ventilator. Meanwhile, Brian O'Shaughnessy and Del Anglin chase £2,000 worth of debt owed by a business based in Kent, and recover £4,000 from a recycling business in Buckinghamshire. Plus, Stewart and Elmore encounter another family in crisis in Birmingham, where a retired couple who acted as guarantor for their daughter's tenancy are liable to pay over £3,000 after she defaulted
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Wed 11 Oct
Has Paul Bohill got a fan club? If he has, I want to join it.
Great guy, great sense of humour too.
P V1:12pm Tue 18 Apr
the scousers from Flintshire made themselves look. But then again, what else would you expect from that lot.
The Critic6:22pm Sun 22 Jan
The younger ones are arrogant, hiding behind their badges. Yes its a job, but there are other jobs! They enjoy being bullies. So they have 'the law' on their side? The people putting the laws in place and stamping their precious paperwork are crooks and as bent as they get! Hardly people to hide behind! Bullies.
Claude7:38pm Sun 13 Nov
nice car, can't pay ?
got a very nice 15 plate car and can't pay.. yer right.. FLOG IT.
daily male9:20pm Wed 20 Apr
How the other half live
The sympathy is usually for the evicted and rarely for the landlord who has lost out.
But amazing that so many say they were unaware of pending eviction and have had no notice.