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Why would they need to ? All they need is a judgment and know you own property.

 

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Hi Andy and thanks for the welcome.

It was just if they go for an OFS on my old family house that is rented out now(its this one that they are going for a charging order on) but i still own with little equity. I live in another which was my Dads and has some equity in.

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Thats irrelevant...the judgment that their application to secure on ...are you making payments? are their no arrears on the judgment?

OFS can be overcome (which are as rare as chickens lips) providing that there are no arrears.

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There is no CCJ registered but there was an order for payment forthwith .I have agreed payments with the solicitors not court and they are still going for a C.O..I wont mention the solicitors but they are notorious for being the worst ones to deal with!!!..I am not too adverse about CO but dont want an OFS .Both houses joint ownership and debt in single name.

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Well keep up with the payments....as stated no arrears no OFS.

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