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OT but if you are a SOL how do you feel after tossing a family out on to the Street


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Hi all

 

Maybe OT and slightly against Forum Rules but I would like to ask how any decent Solicitor could go into Court with a straight face and really ask that a family gets evicted from their home --especially for relatively small amounts of debt (Charging Orders on Credit cards for example).

 

In a small number of cases feckless and reckless spending might deserve this outcome but these sort of people ALWAYS seem to get away with it.

 

A lot of people feel really hurt -- the Banks got bailed out with TRILLIONS (not Billions) of pounds of taxpayers money while families who have got into debt through no fault of their own such as redundancy, jobs being offshored to India or the Phillipines etc are now losing their homes due to really sleazebag lawyers going for the juggular and the same Banks who have been bailed out already by the taxpayer wanting to re-establish their HUGE profit margins again.

 

If you ARE a SOL working for one of these despiccable organisations please post your reactions when you've just tossed a family out on to the street.

 

The Albanian fixer solution seems to me a great idea although not really legal -- it might make a few SOLS wary however of taking up this DESPICCABLE practise and hopefully make a few DCA's wary too.

 

Cheers

jimbo

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