It will make life somewhat more difficult for the bank but it ultimately won't prevent them getting an order for possession
While that might sound beneficial to you. What it will ultimately do is saddle you with more legal costs in the long run as they will be entitled to their legal costs from you if they successful obtain an order for possession and sale. This will reduce the amount of equity that you might have in the property
The bank will engage in a process called asset tracing/tracking. If they can establish that their was an attempt to put the asset beyond their reach through whatever mechanism (trust or otherwise) they are entitled to trace and recover the asset
In addition to the above, the asset you propose to put in trust is already burden by the banks interest, as the bank's consent would be required if you wish to do anything with the property.
What you are proposing, is only that something that may work for non burdened assets
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