When you are in a situation where you need to stop house repossession
because you have received an eviction notice there is still help at hand.
Not many people know but an eviction notice can be stopped even within 24
hours of the actual eviction but there has to be a good reason to do so.
An eviction notice, which is a notice from the court is the last thing
any one wants, but this is the final notification that you will receive
before you loose your property. An eviction notice which is a notice
from the court is the last thing any one wants, but this is the final
notification that you will receive before you loose your property.
If you have any of the following the court may halt or suspend the
eviction notice/repossession of your property: Confirmation in
writing of a solid offer of purchase A letter from your estate agent
or solicitor confirming that you have received an offer from a purchaser.
If a mortgage offer has been made but there has not been enough time to
complete the judge may suspend the eviction in order to give it time.
If you have been able to get a mortgage offer, on a re mortgage, to clear
the whole debt If you are selling your home and contracts have been
exchanged You can apply for an extension with a court N244 form
which you will need to fill out and submit to the court. If you have
a considerable amount of equity in your home, are trying to sell it and
have had quite a lot of interest you can ask your estate agent to confirm
this in writing and present it to the judge which may give them reason to
pause the eviction warrant. If you are in a situation where you have
a fair amount of equity and are in the process of trying to sell your
property which is getting a high level of interest. You can also
try to sell property quickly to avoid repossession and eviction.
There are options. Talk to an expert as soon as you get into financial
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