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Hi, Just to let you know, i paid the money.

 

The solicitors said i didnt need to go to court...so i didnt. I rang the court on the morning and they said it was still due to take place. I faxed a letter to judge explaining situation. The solicitors said that they needed to turn up to explain the situation as it was short notice and assured me that was all.

 

I need a holiday!

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Methinks the solicitors are telling porkies Gregg! They do not need to turn up to explain the situation - all they have to do is ring the court and cancel the hearing!!

 

I bet the solicitors asked for an adjournment with leave to restore. Ring the court today and ask if that's what happened.

 

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I think you are probably correct.

I had a possible client who after months and months of chasing, decided they wanted to see us yesterday. As this is not the sort of thing you advertise as going through, i had to go to meeting but as i say, managed to fax the court and confirm that my fax was presented to judge. I was very concise in fax that i had been told not to attend and that the hearing would be cancelled. The reason that the solicitors gave on phone was that they were at court all day.

 

What is the downside to an adjournment..assuming i keep up payments? None, i would assume?

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Well you need to find out the timescale for their leave to restore - is it 6 months, 12 months, indefinite ? and then challenge it...

 

They are so sneaky, you should never trust them Gregg.

 

Obviously if you keep your payments up there should be no problem, but you DO need to find out what the actual outcome was yesterday - the court will be able to tell you.

 

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Hi, well i think i can finally give a final reply to this advernture.

 

Havent heard anything since court date from either lender or solicitor. I was begining to get concerned and my dread was getting home and finding a letter that said in my absence possesion had been granted.

 

You may recall, i had called the court just before the hearing and then sent a fax confirming i had been told not to go to court by the solicitor as they would cancel.

 

Well, a letter came yesterday and basically said that in my absence......and the absence of the claimant....i was free to go.

 

What a relief! Once again, thank you for being absolutely superb in your help.

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Hi there, that's good news :) what exactly does the letter say?

 

(just me being pernickity :D )

 

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No problem Gregg, I'm on holiday next week, but will see it on my return.

 

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