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Hi everybody, my turn to ask for some legal advice for a change, so I hope some of you have your knowledge hats on.


Q. If HFC bank, who are part of the HSBC Group are owed approximately £1200 and HSBC themselves as a separate issue are owed approximately £8000 and a court sets a Charging Order in the name of the former, but with respect to the debt owed to the latter, is the Charging Order legally binding?


What do you think guys?




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Is this a Charging Order on a property or a Third Party Charging Order more correctly called a Third Party Debt Order these days I think? If the former has it been made final or is it an Interim order?


IANAL - Opinions offered are just my personal views and are not guaranteed to be correct. I have been known to be wrong (once or twice).

Claims in progress against:

Eldest - First Direct - Part Offer received - http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/first-direct/79619-eldest-fd.html

Eldest - Halifax - Cheque Received Full amount - http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/halifax-bank-bank-scotland/66254-here-we-go-eldest.html

Youngest - Halifax x 3 - Request for refund sent - http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/halifax-bank-bank-scotland/79617-youngest-halifax.html

Eldest - unnamed Mortgage Provider for Charges and incorrect maths.

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