Hi, Special thanks to anyone that can answer these questions. In order to seize a tenants property to make up for a debt, it must first go to the the magistrates court to be heard. My tenant has stopped paying rent for 6 weeks and counting and is deliberately ignoring my phone calls. I am almost about to fill out the Form 12 for my case to be heard in magistrates court. 1. Is it likely the magistrate will allow me to hire a bailiff to seize the tenant's property (e.g. car and personal belongings)? 2. What if the tenant moves out and takes all his belongings before the bailiff arrives? Will the bailiff be in pursuit of the tenant? 3. What if the bailiff arrives on time, decides to seize belongings and the tenant denies that the items belongs to him and says that it belongs to friend's? 4. The tenant I believe is probably bankrupt. Is it possible for a person bankrupt to own a car? In the event, we have to seize his car. He has 3 cars in the house but I'm not sure it's under his name. 5. I know that it costs about $500 to hire a bailiff to remove a tenant from the property but does it cost extra to apply for a bailiff to seize property or to pursue a case of seizing property?