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We have a "Stay" on an eviction warrant. We have complied with all the conditions therein for some time now. As long as we complied there was no end date. Yet to-day we have received Notice of Eviction. Out of the blue. My question is. Can I apply for another Stay, or what is our next best step.
We have been granted a Stay so that we may complete refurbishment works. This has taXXXXX XXXXXer than anticipated due to ill health. We have negotiated with the Bank on 2 occasions to proceed as we have been. The terms were that we continued to pay £500 per month and so that we may present the house to the market in July.
Almost. Agents ready to photograph. It's quite an unusual Property.
No it does not. There is no "Date" as such, but July was our target date.
As I have said July
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