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Post by Ivaforever » Mon May 21, 2018 9:13 am
Lisa Thomas wrote:
Nb They have to call the variaiton meeting within 21 days so one month to 5 weeks is not quite right.
Oh really, maybe they don't want me ringing up to get an update. Lol. Lisa, is that 21 days from when I had the phone call with aperture last week or from when they have drafted a variation and sent me a copy?

I have just phoned and the person I spoke to said leave the variation as it is and we can always keep that F&F if the variation is rejected.

Thanks for the information Lisa.

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Post by Ivaforever » Mon May 21, 2018 11:59 am
Lisa Thomas wrote:
Nb They have to call the variaiton meeting within 21 days so one month to 5 weeks is not quite right.
Thank you Lisa, so will it be 21 days from the phone call with chap from aperture last week or when they've drafted the variation and sent me a copy?
I spoke to aperture this morning and they said to leave variation as it is and if variation is rejected we can use the f&f then.

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Post by Ivaforever » Mon May 21, 2018 12:03 pm
Ivaforever wrote:
Lisa Thomas wrote:
Nb They have to call the variaiton meeting within 21 days so one month to 5 weeks is not quite right.
Thank you Lisa, so will it be 21 days from the phone call with chap from aperture last week or when they've drafted the variation and sent me a copy?
I spoke to aperture this morning and they said to leave variation as it is and if variation is rejected we can use the f&f then.
Sorry about the repetition, I didn't realise my post earlier had gone up on the forum so just did it again, didn't think there about it being on page 2. Lol

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Post by Lisa Thomas » Mon May 21, 2018 1:36 pm
Once you have given them what they need they have 21 days to write to creditors with the variation giving at least 14 days notice of the meeting to vote on it.
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Post by Ivaforever » Mon May 21, 2018 3:02 pm
Lisa Thomas wrote:
Once you have given them what they need they have 21 days to write to creditors with the variation giving at least 14 days notice of the meeting to vote on it.
Thanks Lisa. Hopefully they'll stick to that time frame. I'll keep you posted. Thanks

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Post by Ivaforever » Mon Jun 04, 2018 9:23 am
Ivaforever wrote:
Lisa Thomas wrote:
Once you have given them what they need they have 21 days to write to creditors with the variation giving at least 14 days notice of the meeting to vote on it.
Thanks Lisa. Hopefully they'll stick to that time frame. I'll keep you posted. Thanks
Just a quick update, aperture contacted me on Friday 1st June and said the variation proposal is now ready to go to the creditors so I will likely here from them beginning of July. Obviously, the timeframes don't seem to be an issue with aperture. Im hoping this means they are being thorough and have put a fantastic proposal to my creditors. We shall see. Will update you beginning of July it seems now.
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