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No buyer will buy a property either with an interim charging order or a final charging order on the property.
The by a solicitor would need an undertaking from the seller solicitor that all charges would be removed on completion.
Hence, the solicitor would get a redemption figure for removing the charge from whoever has the charge and would pay that on completion. If you did not agree for it to be paid on completion, the sale could not proceed.
The creditor will not take money from you later.
You can only get the final charging order removed by paying the amount outstanding or by appealing it if you have grounds for appeal which would be very limited and unlikely to succeed.
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