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What to do if your mortgage lender takes you to court

 

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Find out how you know your mortgage lender is taking you to court, and how repossession of your home can be postponed. Also find out about preparing to go to court, and what happens on the day.

 

Falling behind with mortgage payments

 

Your mortgage lender may take you to court if you haven’t come to, or don’t keep, an agreement to pay off your mortgage arrears. Before your lender begins court action, they will send you a letter called a ‘notice of default’ saying you are behind with your payments.

Make sure you read and respond to this letter. You may be able to reach an agreement with your lender and prevent court action.

 

Your lender takes court action

 

If you don’t reach an agreement, your lender may ask the court to evict you. This is called making a ‘claim for possession’ and you’ll receive paperwork from the court. There is always a court hearing for court cases about mortgage arrears that could end in eviction.

Keep talking to your lender

 

Keep talking to your lender even though they have started court action. You may still be able to come to an agreement. Make sure you get any agreement in writing and continue preparing for the hearing. Only change your plans if the court sends you a letter saying the hearing has been cancelled or postponed.

 

 

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