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Yes we are absolutely sure they are down on the Land Registry. We just secured the mortgage as they were self employed at the time and had not got 2 years worth behind them
no threat for repossession as of yet because we meet the payments. we will sell but have to prove that the house is not theirs fully to get them housed. How can we do this?
We don`t want repossession threats cos these would be on our house not theirs. Also our credit will be shot, again not theirs.
The motrgage is ours on our house so they could buy their house. As nobody would give them a mortgage.
So on paper they own their house outright. But of course don`t.
yes. Sorry not always able to explain properly.
So is there anything we can do?
Its family so the trust as such is verbal. We are not at logger heads with them over this. We are trying to work together to sort this. We have been told we have to make them homeless for them to get help with housing. Because on paper the house belongs to them. Would signing the house over to us help?
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