No he emailed me today although I did ask for him to write and email a response He emailed only
I did exactly as you told me so I posted it. He confirmed receipt of my letter dated 12th february by email.He told me he had sent a copy of the assignment which I have but he does not have proof that I have received it
He only answered the request to send a copy of the assignment (which I think has my ex fiancee's forged signature and is not witnessed ) he did not answer the question on what legal basis did he believe he had the right to trigger the agreement early.
I emailed him and asked him to answer the question in todays email he says he has answered but he has only said 'by law' he owns the debt
He says he knows about the agreement but it was mutually understood that my home would be imminently sold and in any case he says enough time has expired .also that it was implied term of agreement
This is so NOT true he is also asking for interest whereby the agreement was interest free.
Also Mr fagerland and I agreed he would not assign as he wanted to be repaid himself
I also have a friend's solicitor quoting The Property Act 1925 section 136 at me and I am really worried
I would not have put in writing the loan if not for the agreed stipulations Mr XXX only demanded it in writing when we discovered that an investment of mine had failed He then decided he did not want to marry a penniless woman Nice .. . he thought by giving the money to me for daughter's school fees and half household expenses I would be willing to lend him over 100k when the investment fractified.
He actually admitted this to me