What is the best approach to lodging a successful appeal against a possession order (dated 1 Jul 2013) on the property* of an undischarged bankrupt (discharge due 5 Oct 2013)?
*Property jointly in name of wife and husband; wife declared bankrupt 5 Oct 2012; husband not bankrupt, but works abroad in EU. 12-year-old daughter lives at property with wife/mother.
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THE PROPERTY HAS TO BE VACATED 25 JULY 2013.
THE UNDER-18 CHILD DOES NOT HAVE ALTERNATIVE ACCOMMODATION.
WHY YOU ARE SURPRISED THAT THE COURT ISSUED AN ORDER?
CAN THAT FORM THE BASIS OF AN APPEAL, OR A REQUEST THAT THE COURT VARY THE ORDER, OR A REQUEST THAT THE COURT ISSUE A TIME ORDER?
CAN YOU RESPOND URGENTLY, PLEASE, AS TIME IS RUNNING SHORT?
THE QUESTION IS STILL AS ABOVE: WHAT IS THE BEST WAY TO SUCCESSFULLY REVERSE OR DELAY A POSSESSION ORDER ON A PROPERTY HELD PARTIALLY IN THE NAME OF AN UNDISCHARGED BANKRUPT (DISCHARGE: 5 OCT 2013) WITH A 12YO CHILD?
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