How do I serve a SARN?greenspun.com : LUSENET : Repossession : One Thread
I've no idea how to serve a SARN. I've read as many of the questions and answers about them but can't find anything to tell me how to initiate one. Do I just write a letter and enclose £10? If so, who do I write to, the solicitors or the building society? Or am I just being thick?!!
-- Trish Urmston (email@example.com), May 02, 2001
Go to the 'Repossesion part of this site (link on the left). Select Do's and Dont's Scroll down to 'After they contact you........' Select item 2 in this list and you should have all you need.
-- Matt (firstname.lastname@example.org), May 03, 2001.
Yes, check out the do's and don'ts...
Send an SARN to the building Society AND whoever they are using to chase you for a shortfall.
You're not being thick...this is all a big headache but if you hang in there it will all start to make sense. There are plenty of people around on this site who will help.
-- (_Believer14@excite.co.uk), May 04, 2001.
Absolutely right - you're not being thick, it's a steep learning curve. Luckily this site has masses of stuff on SARNs (how to serve them, how to read the results). Use the advice above, and the site's search engine.
I would also suggest that when serving a SARN you send it Recorded Delivery and enclose the £10 in the form of a postal order. This means that everything is traceable by you. All best,
-- Eleanor Scott (email@example.com), May 05, 2001.