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HELP: Home Reposession due to overdue water bill

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Hi all,



We received a judgement from the county court for the reposession of our property if we dont pay the judgement debt of £2,450 and costs of £1,450 for an outstanding Anglian Water debt. This despite us having a arrangement direct with AWS to pay £50 monthly on the current balance.


The judgement applies to 2 x charges against the property made by AWS which went to court.


Is it possible to defend against this judgement at such a late stage?


Judgement was made on 25th Jan giving us 28 days to deliver possession of the property to AWS.

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Anglian Water cant repossess your property they are not the Mortgagee...they can force sale subject to charging orders being attached to a judgment as an execution (CCJ) ?


Did you not defend the claims ?


They have 2 charging orders for the same debt ? or is it one for the debt and one for costs?





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OP I think you're a little confused, but as Andy has said above they can't 'repossess your property'.


I think you're beyond the point of defending the original Judgment (CCJ) - did you receive a claim form from the County Court? It was at that point you could have defended the Claim.


And as for the Charging Order, you will have received a notice of interim charge, and then a Court Date for a final charging order hearing - did you go to this hearing?

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