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Suspended Repossession Order - Does it 'expire'

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Hello,

I had a suspended repossession order in 2006.

I had paid the arrears when received the court papers and subsequently rang the solicitor who was dealing with the case.

He told me it wouldn't go to court as I had paid the arrears.

 

Long story short they still went ahead and I ended up with the order.

I realise I can never get the order taken off the house but I have read that I can apply to the court so they have to take it back to court for repossession, instead of just being able to go straight for evicition as they can now.

 

I cannot find the court papers and wonder if there was anyway of getting a copy of the order, plus could anyone telling me which court form it would be I have to ask for.

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I wonder if anyone can give me advice about the above.

 

 

I had arrears on my mortgage in 2006.

I received a court claim from Northern Rock

I rang them to say I would be paying the arrears before the court case, which I did.

They said the case wouldnt go ahead, but yes of course it did and the above order was granted.

 

 

Since 2006 I have had the odd arrears but since 2012 I havent had any arrears and even received a reduction in my monthly payment for a loyalty discount.

 

I realise the notice lasts throughout the life of the mortgage but I had been told by National Debtline that if you have 6 years of making payment and no arrears the mortgage company would have to go back to the courts to apply and couldnt just have an eviction order applied.

 

 

I have now been told that is not the case so I am very confused.

Is there anything at all I can do to make my position a litte bit more secure?

Thank you for any help offered.

 

Can anyone can give me advice please about the above.

I had arrears on my mortgage in 2006.

I received a court claim from Northern Rockicon and I rang them to say I would be paying the arrears before the court case, which I did.

 

 

They said the case wouldnt go ahead, but yes of course it did and the above order was granted. Since 2006 I have had the odd arrears but since 2012 I havent had any arrears and even received a reduction in my monthly payment for a loyalty discount.

 

I realise the notice lasts throughout the life of the mortgageicon but I had been told by National Debtline that if you have 6 yearsicon of making payment and no arrears the mortgage company would have to go back to the courts to apply and couldnt just have an eviction order applied.

 

 

I have now been told that is not the case so I am very confused.

Is there anything at all I can do to make my position a litte bit more secure?

Thank you for any help offered.

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if the arrears are clear, you can apply to the court for a notice of discontinuance.

This means they have to start again

 

 

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bet theres £!000's there to get back ?? and any stupid insurances they made you take out

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