This special Debt Recovery section is allied with the DebtSet/Bailiff-Sheriff Australia website. SUBSCRIBE HERE. While much of this section's services are restricted to Bailiff-Sheriff Australia subscribers, there are regular news items posted here to assist business leaders in understanding debt collection procedures and other matters through the courts and tribunals in Australia. Click here to see what Bailiff-Sheriff Australia has to offer your business.
BAILIFF-SHERIFF Australia is an informational website developed by now-retired long-serving senior bailiff for Brisbane Magistrates Court, Patrick Asange, supported by Business Acumen magazine.
There is a lot of information available to the public that may assist in dealing with a range of issues related to Australia's various court and tribunal systems. This information is growing all the time.
NEW: SUBSCRIBER ACCESS
Now Bailiff-Sheriff Australia has a dedicated area for its subscribers that presents a growing number of specialized articles, interviews and video presentation tutorials.
This special subscriber area is being developed by Pat Asange and other experienced people in this sector, as a way of helping business leaders to address vital operational areas linked to debt control and management.
The subscriber package not only offers these highly useful section, but also encompasses the full value of a Business Acumen digital subscription as well:
- 10 annual digital editions of Business Acumen magazine (valued at $49.50);
- 10 free Classified ads (valued at $880);
- extra classified ads for just $22 each, self managed and displayed for three months;
- an online Directory entry, self managed and of great value to a business's search engine rankings;
- a Debt Recovery Manual, print and digital edition, developed by Bailiff-Sheriff Australia;
- ongoing access to the debt recovery training video resources online.
Bailiff-Sheriff Australia is an online resource that addresses the very real problems of debt management in ways that offer great value to businesses around Australia.
Watch this brief video for more of an idea of this useful resource: