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Post by chris806 » Thu Nov 07, 2019 10:50 am
i was in a IVA for 4 years then lost my job, i borrowed £2000.00 from a family member and explained to the IVA company i could make an offer of that amount as a one of final payment,which they agreed to, can i consider that my IVA would be finished


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Post by kallis3 » Thu Nov 07, 2019 10:59 am
If it is accepted by your creditors (and there would have to be a variation meeting) then your IVA would be completed. You would have to stipulate that this money would only be available for a full and final offer.
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Post by Foggy » Thu Nov 07, 2019 11:13 am
The IVA would be finished insofar as you would no longer be required to make the monthly payments after you paid in the agreed lump sum. You will still be in and bound by the IVA until the IP issues the completion paperwork, which could take up to 6 months. During this period you would still have to pay in windfalls (lottery wins, inheritances and the like) and equity if you sell property.

When you say, in your post, that they agreed to the £2000 lump sum being offered .... this is not the same as the creditors actually agreeing to accept the lump sum ---- has a variation meeting taken place yet ?
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