repossesion

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my house got repossesed by the clydesdale bank is there a site that can tell me what it sold for as am getting no answer from bank thanks

-- arlene mcmurchie (amcmurchie@aol.com), October 11, 2004

Answers

They have to give you the details, demand them. Then start to demand the where when why of the sale . They have statutary obligations under the mortgage code and CML rules. Make a fuss,Serve a SARN notice make a formal complaint, alledge fraud. They get away with these thing because people don't resist.

-- roger watts (r.watts40@ntlworld.com), October 12, 2004.

i would like to kwno about this flat i will take it if you accept dss. Because we just moved out of our last flat under the envirement heath team said it was to unsafe to live. In so we are liveing at my mums house for now until we get another flat to rent. So please let us know wat happens with the flat you are renting out thank you

-- mark atherton (mush_2004@hotmail.com), October 12, 2004.

i would like to kwno about this flat i will take it if you accept dss. Because we just moved out of our last flat under the envirement heath team said it was to unsafe to live. In so we are liveing at my mums house for now until we get another flat to rent. So please let us know wat happens with the flat you are renting out thank you if you can get hold of us asoon as possible the number is (07708758754)

-- mark atherton (mush_2004@hotmail.com), October 12, 2004.

i would like to kwnow about this flat i will take it if you accept dss. Because we just moved out of our last flat under the envirement heath team said it was to unsafe to live In. so we are staying at my mums house for now until we get another flat to rent. So please let us know wat happens with the flat you are renting out thank you. If you can get hold of us asoon as possible the number is (07708758754)

-- mark atherton (mush_2004@hotmail.com), October 12, 2004.

Arlene

A quick way to find out how much your home was sold for is to contact Land Registry Scotland (think they're in Glasgow)...for a fee of about 3 they will give you details of how much it was sold for. It can be done on line and you will get the info instantly if you pay by debit/credit card. If the house was in England the same facility applies there and I believe you can get it on line too.

But as previously advised send a SARN letter to anyone and everyone involved (send by recorded delivery).

Good luck

Moira

-- Moira (Anderston828@aol.com), October 17, 2004.



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