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Hi some advice needed i purchased a van of a friend in January this yr and gave him the prcodes of 750 pounds of my old van ..and also 250 pounds more in cash.as he said the vehicle was thousand pounds...i went bankrupt at the end of Jan.on Sunday he has taken the van while i was away on holiday and has locked it in his unit and is now demanding 1500 pounds for it...and all my tools are in the back so i can now not work without my tools so won't be able to pay to my bankruptcy what i pay every mth as impact not working .. i phoned the police who have said it is a civil matter even though he has no proof of ownership of the van or theamand is refusing to give back i cannot also afford to keep paying the insurance payments on it as im not working so would just like to no what i can do as dnt pay him instead of my other creditors and also dnt get my van and tools for work .....help needed

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I wonder if this would be best dealt with in your original thread as all the information is there.

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