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Interim charging order Egg - now Barclaycard - unenforceable??

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Hi all

 

I have two interim charging orders from 6 years ago for Egg credit cards which have now been transferred to Barclaycard.

 

I suspect that Barclyacard don't have all/any of the paperwork and I have made a SAR to Barclaycard. If it dos turn out that they don't have my records can I use this to get the interim orders set aside?

 

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Very unlikely.

 

You'd need to apply to set aside the CCJ and as 6 years has passed I would just save your £80.00.

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Thanks

 

Would I be correct in thinking that its unlikely that they could do anything with the interim charging order if I wanted to move house?

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Is the house in joint names or just yours?

 

Is the Charging Order registered as a Restriction or an Equitable Charge?

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House is in joint names and its a restriction only against my equitable share and only requires certificate from conveyencor to state that charge holders informed.

 

 

I know that that this isn't enforceable

but I want to sell or remortgage

and I don't want to scare off any prospective purchaser and its difficult to find a conveyancor who understands the position

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