Mr Adam was accused of not paying a £400 levy
Paisley MSP George Adam revealed he has been threatened with Sheriff Officers being sent to his town centre office.
The warning was issued by Renfrewshire Council on behalf of Paisley First amid claims he had failed to cough up a £400 levy — despite it being paid in May.
Mr Adam laughed off the threat regarding his Johnston Street office and said: “The letter has been signed by Alan Russell as director of finance and resources, and I know him well from my time at the council.
“He’s a good guy.
“I don’t know how this has happened. I have no idea, but I have received two letters saying I have not made payment of the required instalment for BID — Business Improvement District — with the second saying that unless payment was made within 14 days, then they will apply to Sheriff Officers for the recovery of any payments.
“My office manager, David McCartney, has been trying to sort this out, but nothing has been resolved.
“I find it all really funny.
“The bill was paid by the Scottish Parliament as a matter of course, because there are office expenses for the basics such as water, electricity, heating and this levy.
“So my office is basically a little piece of Parliament in Paisley.
“It is an extension of Parliament and non-political with no party posters, or anything like that.
“In fact, I wonder if it is actually legal for Sheriff Officers to carry out any action on Parliament. I must check that out.”