10. Value of goods taken
(1) Unless sub-paragraph (2) applies, an enforcement agent may not take control of goods whose aggregate value is more than —
(a) the amount outstanding; and
(b) an amount in respect of future costs, calculated in accordance with rules.
(2) An enforcement agent may take control of goods of higher value on premises or in a public place, only to the extent necessary, if there are not enough goods of a lower value within a reasonable distance —
(a) in a public place; or
(3) For the purposes of this paragraph goods are above a given value only if it is or ought to be clear to the enforcement agent that they are.
(4) Sub-paragraph (1) does not affect the power to keep control of goods if they rise in value once they have been taken.