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About e-o-j

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  1. I am not an expert but believe from my own experience that you will both still be liable to pay the secured loan in full regardless of bankruptcy. Good luck. I know what you're going through.
  2. Thank you. I think I am getting confused, only the advice I've received from a solicitor is that the lenders need to agree to my partner's name coming off the deeds (even if it stays on the mortgage). Is this correct?
  3. My partner was declared bankrupt last December. There is no equity in our jointly 'owned' family home due to secured lending and drop in value. The OR has agreed I can purchase the Beneficial Interest for £212 (£211 solicitors fees and £1 nominal fee). So far so good. However, I understand the mortgage company (C&G) and other secured lenders, Nemo (secured loan) and Lloyds TSB (all monies charge) have to agree to this, and am concerned they may object to this. We've kept up payments of mortgage (although moved to interest only) and secured loans, but the total value would be too much for m
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