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adam355

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Post by adam355 » Fri May 07, 2021 9:39 am
looking to replace my wifes car, we are in an interlocking IVA. The care is 8 years old and is proving troublesome. The current finance runs out in 12 months and my IVA paperwork has in that the monthly car payment will not become available as a contribution at the end of the finance as it will likely be needed to replace the car.

I have finance of £8500 lined up from Moneybarn but obvs they need IPs permission. There is about £3K equity in the car which makes up the purchase price of £11.5K. Car payment is currently £250 PCM and that will remain unchanged. Contributions and IE will be unchanged.

What do you think the chances of getting approval from my IP are?

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Post by Foggy » Fri May 07, 2021 10:05 am
As it is having no effect on payments and no increase is due when the old finance ends, I can see no reason why the IP should have any objections.

Best of luck with it.
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Post by adam355 » Sun May 09, 2021 7:46 am
Thanks. Making decent progress with this. Have provisional OK from IP and finance lined up through Moneybarn.

Another question though, a relative has offered to pay £4K so that we can get a better car than the one we were planning to get. I know we cant receive that as a cash gift but I was thinking that they could pay that amount directly to the dealer as a deposit and we could meet the rest with the finance.

Obvs the dealer has no probs with this but will my IP?

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Post by Foggy » Sun May 09, 2021 9:34 am
That might get through OK, but i have my reservations.

Playing Devil's Advocate: Were I looking at this from the point of view of a creditor (who is, technically, funding your car from reduced debt repayments) I would say that the deal already okayed is a generous enough one and, if a relative gives £4k towards the purchase, this £4k should be used to reduce the cost to the IVA of the more modest vehicle, rather than towards a more expensive vehicle.

You might be pushing your luck !
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