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  1. Hi all, my daughter has received an Interim Charging Order for a £2700 debt incurred by her sister, jointly named on the paperwork. She has no knowledge of this, and also, Lightfoots appear to have obtained this order by using Land Registry search and she has received absolutely no other communication. She has no CCJ's showing on her credit report, but we have found other defaulted loans she knows nothing about. However, TFS isn't one of them. She is paying her mortage on a house with negative equity, having been left in the lurch by her former partner, so the mortage is still in joint names as far as I am aware. The covering letter gives her 28 days to respond, what should she do please
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