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Hello, I am asking on behalf of a friend with 3 children at her wits end.

She has received a letter from her mortgage company saying she has a repossession hearing to attend in November. She has arrears of £5k on the house and is struggling to repay (also negative equity).

She had to declare bankrupt about 11 months ago, and the house was not ordered for sale but offered back, but not being able to afford legal fees it technically still is in the hands of the OR.


So question is, is the repossession hearing against her valid if the house is with the OR?


Is she better to work through the court process with the mortgage company or bounce it back at the OR?


Obviously with children needs to keep the house if possible.


Any advice gratefully received!

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