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    • It is known as bodily injury and property damage liability ,your motorbike liability insurance covers the cost of liability ,claims and legal fees up to your policy are you in fault in an accident.
    • Tell the friend that the Bank may be able to sell the house, after repossession is granted and could sell it for a much reduced price. Your friend could stand to lose hundreds of thousands of pounds.   Why does your friend not borrow the money or sell goods to raise the money ? Are there goods in the house, such as furniture, that could be sold to raise money ?
    • I haven't checked with the Land Registry but assume the charge is still there.   I have no knowledge of SB rulings but read:   For most types of debt in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, the limitation period is six years. This applies to most common debt types such as credit or store cards, personal loans, gas or electric arrears, council tax arrears, benefit overpayments, payday loans, rent arrears, catalogues or overdrafts. There are some exceptions though: Mortgage shortfalls have a longer limitation period of twelve years for the money you borrowed (the ‘capital’), while the interest charged on this has a limitation period of six years
    • This situation has reared its head again Friend had such luck (through my efforts) at the start of the year to get the bank to clear the service charge debts and add them to the mortgage. Friend ended up having a slightly larger mortgage but at really low interest rate. And the freeholder got their service charge money.   But friend has had head in sand all year.  And has now failed to pay the bank one payment all year!!  It is so infuriating.    With costs, friend now owes apx £1500.   So the bank re-opened the original claim of the freeholders - which they paid off - and have now got a Judgment against friend.  With a repossession hearing in a few weeks.... The value is apx £1.5m.   The mortgage is like £100k.   (About £100/m).   Now Judgment for owing £1500 on a £1.5m property.   I have been telling friend all year to make payments.  Now friend really needs to make a payment.   Still absent overseas.   Additionally - another set of service charges are due now   I won't let these people take the property - but I don't know how to help.   I told friend to pay the mortgage and ask the bank to pay the service charges again.  And in the meantime find a better solution - such as selling an asset.  But nothing has been done at all in the last 9 months.   Any good suggestions?      
    • moved you to the bh forum plenty to read here:   like https://cse.google.com/cse?cx=partner-pub-8889411648654839:3134625398&q=brighthouse sold item&oq=brighthouse sold item&gs_l=partner-generic.3...7889.15692.0.16208.21.21.0.0.0.0.113.1591.20j1.21.0.gsnos%2Cn%3D13...0.7807j5246289j21...1.34.partner-generic..21.0.0.jn7G89f5l50
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UKBA FLR(M) Processing Times

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Since February 2012 some people have had to wait almost 11 months for their FLR(M) visa application to be processed by the UKBA :!:. Although most of us don't believe in miracles, it seems that the UKBA is now starting to get on top of the backlog, although they still have a good number of 9+ months outstanding.

 

For people who applied after July 2012 the processing time was 3 months, which as many UKBA responses on the FOI site point out, they do everything date order .... erm!!!!!

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