i had a iva back in 2010 ,the iva failed ,i went bankrupt in 2013 i got to keep my house , mortgage after the bankrupt was complete i was discharged and they handed back
the house , in 2016 i wanted to sell the house but i found the was still a restriction left on the property from the iva ,the only way i could sell the house was to hand the proceeds
over to beesleys as they said i still owed the money ,but all my creditors were included in my bankruptcy ,were they correct to take the money ,
I would have thought that the OR in bankruptcy, having dealt with equity as he saw fit, would have over-ridden the IVA Trust. However, I would suggest a word with a solicitor experienced in insolvency law. I believe Lisa has the number of a tame one.
i had a iva which failed , i went down the road of bankruptcy , i got to keep my mortgage /house ,after the bankruptcy i was handed back the house , i went to sell it back 2016
while i was trying to sell it i found i there was still a restriction left on from my iva , the only way i could sell it was to hand over the proceeds to beesleys then they would remove the
restriction from the property so the sale would go through , are they correct ,all my creditors were included in my bankruptcy so who would benefit from the trust ,
If you check Foggys previous post, he has given you contact details for Lisa - she can usually put you in contact with a solicitor.
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