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  1. Is there a way of stopping or challenging this from being renewed at the end of its 5 years (before the actual debt is cleared)? Original debt: Nationwide Overdraft back in 2004 of £3500 Nationwide refused to deal with Christians Against Poverty who were sorting out a repayment schedule at the time and as soon as they were involved took me to court. They had been phoning me in the evenings to try and get me to repay the overdraft and had offered if I could pay the overdraft of £2000 - they would waive the £1500 over that but I was pregnant at the time and about to co
  2. Hope you can help, I was served with a schedule of inhibition after l was given a time to pay order with RBS. The debt was in my name, however l am now married. We have a joint mortgage.(which l had before my debt) We are now looking to sell our house and buy a new one but will need to borrow another 20K, which we can afford. In fact my husband could afford it himself, without considering my income. We have lots of equity in our house. So, l am wondering, will his credit rating be ruined because of me? Is there a high chance we wont be allowed more money, even though he co
  3. Hi I am looking for some advice on a schedule of inhibition which I received on my property 17th October 2008 for an outstanding debt of £2978 owed to a nationwide credit card, I have just ignored this since it was issued and have since moved out of the property, my ex partner still resides in the property and pays the mortgage which I presume I am still on as I have not heard any different, my ex and I are not on speaking terms and I would now like to cut all ties with this property if possible and get bought out of my share in the property but I'm not sure if thi
  4. I received a Inhibition Order in April 2008 and I've been paying off my council tax debt monthly for the last 5 years. Today I received another IO as the original has expired. I also received a Debt Advice and Information Package (booklet) and it clearly states on the new IO that this booklet has been included. CAB website says: "A creditor must send you a Debt Advice and Information Package and if this was not done the inhibition is not valid." I've checked my original IO and there is no mention of a 'Debt Advice and Information Package' included with the IO. On the websit
  5. Hi All. Apologies if posting in wrong forum, couldnt find anything similar elsewhere. I am basically looking for some advice to make sure I dont leave myself open to further issues. For the record, I am, and all action, is Scottish based. Following my divorce back in 2004, it was decided that the legal expenses were deemed payable by me. The Scottish Legal Aid board then demanded payment (£3447.21) and I explained at the time I was in no position to pay, with barely enough income to allow me to eat at the time. They sent a chap to my house, who filled out a form with me, pretty much conf
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