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Restons solicitors acting for Marlin capital recently agreed monthly payments via ccj which have been kept up to date, but now I have just recieved a letter from Restons stating an interim charging order has been obtained and they have sent me a copy of the application.

Surely they can`t do this unless payments are missed?

I have rang Restons and they say the letter was sent out as matter of course, and agreed no payments have been missed.

But now im worried whats going to happen next.

Can anyone please advise me what if any action I can take.

Thank you

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Restons solicitors acting for Marlin capital recently agreed monthly payments via ccj which have been kept up to date, but now I have just recieved a letter from Restons stating an interim charging order has been obtained and they have sent me a copy of the application.

Surely they can`t do this unless payments are missed?

I have rang Restons and they say the letter was sent out as matter of course, and agreed no payments have been missed.

But now im worried whats going to happen next.

Can anyone please advise me what if any action I can take.

Thank you

Since October 2012 it doesn't matter if you've missed payments or not, the Claimant is allowed to apply for a Charging Order.

 

Provided you never miss a payment the Charging Order will just sit their on your title deeds and no further action will be possible.

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