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Post by rosalind.hr » Sat Aug 14, 2010 9:34 am
Dispute regarding the firm called:FreemanJones

Background:My husband and I entered into an IVA in December. After the IVA was set up we were asked to sign modifications we were not aware of, one which would affect our property. My husband also got summoned to court from one of the creditors.o

Nature of dispute:I had to seek a solicitors advice. He advised me that the IVA was not set up properly and in fact anyone of the creditors could bankrupt me.
I have since paid off the IVA but have incurred solicitors and have paid towards supervision fees that have not been carried out.

Dates of relevance:Oct 30, 2008 I approach FreemanJones, December 29, 2008, creditors meeting.Solicitors advice,April, 2009 and paid off IVA, March 2010

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Post by MelanieGiles » Sat Aug 14, 2010 10:55 am
Hi Rosalind

If the IP firm accepted modifications on your behalf, without seeking your agreement, this is a fairly serious matter. Have you lodged a complaint directly with your IP, and if so perhaps this is a matter now for their regulators to rule on?
Regards, Melanie Giles, Insolvency Practitioner
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