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blemain/together mortgage - now on 3rd eviction notice - Friday 11th Dec

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Brilliant news - told you you'd be OK :)

 

Glad duty legals were there, they can be a great help.

 

Always worth chasing any charges which are unfair.


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Thanks guys, can a monthly arrears charge of £50 (when you break an agreement) which with interest will grow exponentially be regarded as fair? To me, it's a penalty that is inflicted on the most vunerable, but one could argue that we have been made aware of the charge. How would a court look upon it?

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I personally wouldn't be poking the bear...concentrate on clearing the arrears.


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I personally wouldn't be poking the bear...concentrate on clearing the arrears.

 

What if the bear is having a snooze under a tree after feasting on all the repaid arrears - can he be poked then?

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No harm in trying :wink:

 

Any precedents - I've been looking but can't find any direct ones. Some where BF's loan has been written off when taking advantage of vunerable clients. This was at a high court level.

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Thanks dx, that's the sort of thing I need, so let's get the arrears sorted, then an SAR and use the spreadsheet calculator and see what they offer.

 

You were losing it a bit with the two of them, weren't you, dx.

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