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I have read a lot about these charging order restrictions and how one can sell the property and inform the charge holder after the sale has gone through if there are joint owners and one debtor. I have spoken to a couple of local solicitors about this and might have well been speaking to a brick wall, as none knew anything about the workings, since the law changed in 2003, of these restrictions, all saying that 'charge is a charge', which I know is incorrect. Can anyone recommend an aggresive solicitor in West Sussex who fully understands the law concerning restrictions, and that may be able to assist. Any help will be appreciated.

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