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Clare, Solicitor
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At a hearing 27/6 Natwest were granted a 28 dfay posession

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at a hearing 27/6 Natwest were granted a 28 dfay posession order as I had come to the end of my mortgage ( I am 67 )and could not settle the ioutstanding balance - how long will I have to try and sort matter out - does the process normally take some time ?

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You have only a few weeks to deal with this.

After 28 days if you have not moved out or paid the money off then NatWest can apply for the Bailiff to evict you. This will take between two and three weeks.

Please ask if you need further details

Customer: replied 1 year ago.
does the 28 days run from the date of the hearing or from when I receive the judgement ?

From the date of the hearing I am afraid

Customer: replied 1 year ago.
is there any right of appeal other than a point of law - IE i had put a documented repayment plan over 22 month to Natwest which they rejected ?

I am afraid not.

The fact that you had offered a repayment plan and they had refused it is not relevant - it would have to be a point of law.

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