Ok - if it is NOT attached to your mortgage or your property then you have nothing to worry about
His debts are in his name alone and nothing to do with you
Even if they take him to Court it wont affect you in any way
You have nothing to be concerned about
Your house is safe
If there are no debts attached to the house by a COURT ORDER and it must be a Court order (save for the mortgage) then your house is safe
The debts are nothing to do with you
You do not need to pay them
Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?
yes, the creditors who is a third party have obtain an interim B 136(CO) restriction against our property and the final rule is set for 20th October at the court against is part of the property. does this allow them to sell the house and make the children and myself homeless.
Also in their proceedings at the court they have mention that they know of two other creditors, I have started opening my husband letter and one of the creditors have sent him a possible payment plan, I phone them and they refuse to discuss it with due to the data protection data. what can I do to stop all of this
How much is the interim debt for? How much is the house worth?
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