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My daughter owes me a lot of money and I am having trouble getting her to pay me back. What options do I have to recover my money. Most has been borrowed on my credit card which I am having to make the payments on. As a pensioner I am starting to struggle financially.
She also has a car which is in my name and direct debits are taken from my bank. I am worried that she might not continue transferring money for the car to my bank.
I am ashamed to say the total is £15,380 excluding the car which is on finance.
Can I collect goods that aren't paid for and sell them or do I need a court order?
Also can I collect the car and return it to the finance company.
I am really confused as to what I can do.
The car is registered in my daughter's name, as required by insurance.
The entire finance agreement is in my name and my address.
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one last question.
Can my daughter drive the car if I say she doesn't have my permission?
Do I have any rights over the goods which are in my daughters house . Most of these were bought using an online catalogue which is again in my name.
These are household goods and have been on 12 months interest free. No payments have been made by my daughter and the interest will soon be added. I will have to pay for these goods.
Can I have them collected and sold?
I know that I won't get the full value if sold but the debt will be reduced a little.