No not married.
Certainly understand your reply. that is clearly stated However, a point that is not covered is that is there any "private and confidential" law or regulation etc concerning someone "rummaging through" your personal details of bank accounts/statements that are difficult for them to freely access.i.e. making a point of seeking them out for their own interests whatever they may be.
Should be grateful for clarification of this question.
Thank you.Sorry for not making the supplementary point more clearly.
What I am referring to by "rummaging through" is accessing mortgage and bank details that are solely mine and clearly addressed by mail to me. These documents had previously been opened and read by me and subsequently placed in a file and stored in an out of the way place in a loft that is difficult for anyone-even me- difficult to access without taking positive action to seek them out.. I think such documents may have been copied and even passed to a solicitor after such action.
I should be most grateful for your views on the above scenario
Once again sorry for not making the point more clearly.
Many thanks for your patience and answers. Rather than just reply with an excellent smiley face which you deserve, I thought you deserved a more personal response.for your prompt, efficient and informative service. (If the system does not permit narrative plaudits hopefully your system somehow permits me to submit the excellent smiley face.
Many thanks again.
PS I think the documents in question may have been copied and might be used by "others representing the other side" to recommend how I might reduce my mortgage so there is more equity to claim under the Land & Trust Act