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Are you afraid of repossession? Do you want to stop repossession? Then take action today by contacting stoprepossession.org.uk to help stop repossession happening to you and your family! Remember, the more notice that we receive the more likely it is that we will be able to offer assistance.

One of the most unpleasant consequences of failing to pay your mortgage is "repossession" of your property. This is a problem that is affecting an increasing number of homeowners throughout the United Kingdom. Make sure that you do not become one of those statistics! - If you have received an eviction date or even if you have already handed over the keys to your home - The StopRepossession.org.uk is still on hand to deal with your enquiry!

The first notification will be from your lender warning of the consequences should you not keep up the repayments on your mortgage. If your mortgage payments are not kept up to date then the lender may decide to approach the courts to apply for a repossession order.

When you have to go to court initially, it will usually be to find out whether or not the lender can obtain a repossession order. It is unlikely that the courts will grant this on the first hearing however. On the initial court hearing, it is highly likely that the Courts will grant a 'suspended' repossession order - although this will be completely dependent on your current circumstances.

This suspended repossession order means that you must abide by the courts ruling - whatever this may entail. Usually, an agreed payment plan will be set in place between the individual(s) and the lender in order to reduce the arrears balance over a fixed period of time - thus giving the borrower a second chance to keep possession of the property. If the repayments are still not kept up to date, or there is a breakdown of any kind within the agreement, the lender can then re-approach the Courts for the repossession order - with the Courts more likely to take the side of the lender.



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