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My oldest son also spoke to shelter and has told them he will pay the mortgage monthly if the court allow me to stay in the property whilst I am waiting for my council home as he is worried on the effect of the eviction on my son. Shelter have included in their statement to the court. Not sure if it will help

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My oldest son also spoke to shelter and has told them he will pay the mortgage monthly if the court allow me to stay in the property whilst I am waiting for my council home as he is worried on the effect of the eviction on my son. Shelter have included in their statement to the court. Not sure if it will help

My son offered to pay my mortgage while we got a bit sorted out. GE rep. moaned about it, saying they were concerned that he might not keep to it as his name isn't on the mortgage, but the judge wouldn't accept that as a valid argument. You've got Ell-en on the case and she knows what's what!

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Hi have been to court and it didn't go as I suspected. I gave my name to the court usher and she couldn't find me on her list so she took me to the counter and then the bailiff came out to talk to me. I was told that G.E money cancelled the eviction yesterday. I rang their solicitor who said that they were going to allow me to stay in the property until 28th Feb and then they would apply for another warrant after that date. They said this way I should be able to move into my new home without any more stress to me and my children.Cannot thank Ell-en enough for all the help and support she has given me. Hopefully the council will be just as great ;)

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That's great news - I'm so pleased for you :) The court would have sent GE a copy of your N244 with statement and letters etc - I bet they knew there was no point turning up as the judge wouldn't give them possession.

 

 

Well done for being so brave - I know how stressed you were.

 

 

I hope everything goes smoothly now and you are happy in your new home.

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