Consumer Credit Act 1995
Visits and telephone calls.
46.—A creditor, owner or a person acting on his behalf shall not visit or telephone—
(a) a consumer without his consent—
(i) at his place of employment or business unless the consumer resides at that place and all reasonable efforts to make contact with him have failed,
(ii) at any place,
(I) between the hours of 9 o'clock in the evening on any week day and 9 o'clock in the morning on the following day, or
(II) at any time on a Sunday or a public holiday (within the meaning of the Holidays (Employees) Act, 1973),
(b) a consumer's employer or any member of the consumer's family unless that employer or family member is a party to the agreement, without the consent of the consumer, given in writing and separate from any other term of agreement,
for any purposes connected with an agreement other than the service of a document in connection with legal proceedings.