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won repossession case - got expenses & taxation - but how much tax?

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Hi

we fought and won a case against preferred mortgages

when they tried to repossess and it was all charges plus they mis-used our mortgage payments to clear insurance leaving shortfall which created arrears.

 

We had 5 court appearances and the sheriff finally dismissed case in our favour with expenses.

 

Need to understand how the taxation thing works and to ensure we get as much as we are entitled.

 

Any help appreciated.

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Hi, the judge ordered dismissal of the case with expenses and taxation awarded in our favour.

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I don't have a clue but have asked to see if we have someone who does :-)


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Not sure I understand the question. What aspect of taxation are you confused about?

 

Can you post exactly what the judge ordered?

 

Presumably you are in Scotland?


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