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  1. Hi, Thought I would start the next (and probably last) round of my ongoing battle with Barclays. This time it's for mortgage fees that were levied between 2002 and 2010. Total is about £1500 and compounded restitution interest at 22% adds another £7.5k. There's no previous claim history with this but the mortgage is still with Barclays (v low variable rate and I will likely remain on this until full term). Also, the arrears were cleared at the end of last year but there is still a suspended repossession order on the house. I believe I can apply to the court for this to be removed at the end of this year (after 12 months of clear payments and no arrears). Should I be concerned about the repossession order and leave my claim until this has been removed? Also, since there are no arrears and payments are up to date, would I get the choice of crediting this payment to the balance or directly to myself? Thanks, J
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