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I have an old interim charge order on my property which I have recently been trying to pay off, 

 

The problem is that the original debt was with Lloyds tsb for £14k.

I contacted Lloyds to ask for the total amount owed with a view to paying it off. 

The account balance when I received the letter from Lloyds was £0.00.

 

I know I made some payments initially but not all of it.

 The debt was then sold on to Moorcroft but I haven't had any contact from them since 2015.
 
Will the interim charge order have transferred to Moorcroft ? .
If not how can I get rid of or pay the interim charge order on my property.
 
I have contacted the courts who issued the charge order against my property quoting their ref number but there reply was "we do not retain civil paper files for 3 years after last papers served"
Not sure what to do.
Any advice would be great. 
Many Thanks
Issalf
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moorcroft dont buy debts they act for their client

look at your deeds online, who is the charge named for?

 

Do you solely own your home ?

 

dx

 

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17 hours ago, Issalf said:

I have an old interim charge order on my property which I have recently been trying to pay off, 

 

The problem is that the original debt was with Lloyds tsb for £14k.

I contacted Lloyds to ask for the total amount owed with a view to paying it off. 

The account balance when I received the letter from Lloyds was £0.00.

 

 

The judgment has been sold (assigned) at a guess most probably Cabot if Moorcrap are involved.

 

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Hi Andy and DX, Thanks for your advice and Information about Moorcroft/Cabot

  I am the Sole owner of the property, I've checked land registry recently and the title deeds say the charge order is in favour of Lloyds TSB plc. 

Regards

Issalf
  
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have you confirmed cabot are indeed the clients of moorcroft?

if so they are the ones that need paying to remove the charge.

 

you have no alternative as you are the sole owner of the property.

unless you contest the original debt CCJ , 

please don't hit Quote...just type we know what we said earlier..

DCA's view debtors as suckers, marks and mugs

NO DCA has ANY legal powers whatsoever on ANY debt no matter what it's Type

and they

are NOT and can NEVER  be BAILIFFS. even if a debt has been to court..

If everyone stopped blindly paying DCA's Tomorrow, their industry would collapse overnight... 

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