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    • So with a long working history, which she can evidence, it should not be a problem. Still have to go though HRT process for any benefit application, if they have been out of the UK for more than 6 weeks. It won't be a smooth process though. Suggest they try to get advice via Embassy, before they start any journey.
    • Dep Thx Eric's Brother. There was a person on this forum who told me his case was thrown out at the same court because of the contract. I requested more info, but he has disappeared since his case was dismissed.  I was just wondering whether it was worth whacking off a letter to IPS pointing out one of their members, using their logo, is making a claim based on illegal signage and other issues in contravention of their Code of Practice. Would they lean on VCS to withdraw, do you think?
    • Mother and father worked here and then went to SA in about 1978 returning to UK in about 1996 and worked here until 2016 when her husband died at age 66.  He was still working at the time.  She then went to live with daughter in SA.  Mother only claims for her pension. 
    • Thanks, I owe the money, no issue with that, I will SAR the company.  If I need to just pay it and have the CCJ for a few years so be it.  Just thought I'd explore all options
    • By the way you wrote that post, i can see that you are as confused by the situation as someone reading it. Important advice must be not to pay for any flights etc, until they understand the situation fully. Those that have British passports could be entitled to receive UK benefits. However, nothing is that straightforward. The passport does guarantee anything. The daughter could be entitled to Universal Credit ( which includes housing) as a British passport holder, but this can only be confirmed when she has gone through the Habitual Residency test (HRT). So you will need to read about HRT for British passport holders returning to the UK. There will be requirements to provide information about why they are returning to the UK and what work searches have they done to find work on their return to the UK. In regard to the mother who has a British passport, you will be correct in presuming that no council is going to be helpful in paying for the care home fees immediately on arrival in the UK. When did the mother last live in the UK ? When did the mother last work in the UK ? British embassy in South Africa may be able to provide information and assist with applications ? Just getting on a plane, landing in the UK and expecting help to resolve their situation, would be a silly thing to do. I can see the mother ending up in an NHS hospital for a period, while people wondered how they were going to deal with the situation. Probably not the first to do this, but if the mother also has a South African passport, they could put her on a plane back to SA and then the Daughter would be a difficult situation. Embassy in South Africa must be first place of advice.
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Eviction Notice issued for 21 November by Acenden

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I am desperately in need of some advice please.

 

Several years ago Acenden got a suspended possession order

. I successfully paid the arrears and they were clear until last year when my world started crumbling down.

 

On 30 October I got home to a letter from their solicitors telling me the order was being reinstated due to arrears of £2600 approx. This is just over 4 months worth of payments.

 

I called and was told unless arrears cleared in full there was nothing that could be done

 

. In desperation I spoke to a family member and they loaned me 2000 and I had just over 300.

 

After lots of negotiation Acenden agreed to accept the payment and stop the eviction proceedings.

 

I received letters of confirmation of this from both Acenden and their solicitors all dated 31 October.

 

On Friday I got home to a hand delivered letter dated 1st November informing me the eviction would take place on 21 November at 11am and yesterday the same letters arrived by post and these are postmarked 9 November.

 

I am so scared can they evict us even with all the written confirmation I have.

 

Also my mum bless her has offered to give me the rest of the money to clear the arrears but I don't want to take it if they can still evict me as there are also charges on the account of nearly £3000.

 

I plan to call the solicitors and the courts in the morning but not sure what to say.

 

Any advice please would be greatfully received

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Get an sar off to them and get all the statements from day 1

Wont help your current issue

But will give you the info to claimback ANY fees theyve ever levied

Letter/phone/arrears/failed dd etc etc

 

Any arrears must be a sep account not inc in what they say you owe and are using to evict you.


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Ok I will do that once current issue is sorted. My payment arrears are as of now £183.47 if that helps at a all.

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well no judge would ever evict you for £183!!

 

I think they've gotten their wires crossed here.

 

but as this lot never play fair even back to the days of redstone, their mortgages to customers were always loaded their way to purposefully fail.


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