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    Hi Group
    I have been given a letter from banks solicitors to quit my
    unit immediately.
    1. I am not behind in mortgage repayments
    2. I owe the bank for a business overdraft which they secured against my
    unit.
    What are my options?
    I have never missed a payment on the mortgage but I cannot pay out the
    overdraft I am in the middle of a court case which I will win so I am
    trying to buy some time.
    Any Advice would be welcome
    John



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    House and Bankruptcy

    On Tue, 24 Jun 2003 23:04:59 -0400, "Brett Weiss" <[email protected]>
    wrote:
    It sounds as if you're outside the US. I'd suggest posting yourmessage in alt.law.uk--you'll probably get a better answer.
    Might also try alt.uk.law and alt.uk.law.and.order until the
    newsgroups masters accept the alt.law.au proposal.

    - Styro (reading headers again)

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    • #3
      House and Bankruptcy

      I suspect you are in Australia. (I see Adelaide in your address.) Try http://www.worldlii.org/catalog/116.html for more information.

      J.

      "John Thornhill" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]
      Hi Group I have been given a letter from banks solicitors to quit my unit immediately. 1. I am not behind in mortgage repayments 2. I owe the bank for a business overdraft which they secured against my unit. What are my options? I have never missed a payment on the mortgage but I cannot pay out the overdraft I am in the middle of a court case which I will win so I am trying to buy some time. Any Advice would be welcome John

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      • #4
        House and Bankruptcy

        If you are in Australia, check out this FAQ on Australian bankruptcy law:
        http://www.itsa.gov.au/dir228/itsaweb.nsf/docindex/bankruptcy->faq?opendocum
        ent

        J.

        "John Thornhill" <[email protected]> wrote in message
        news:[email protected]
        Hi Group I have been given a letter from banks solicitors to quit
        my
        unit immediately. 1. I am not behind in mortgage repayments 2. I owe the bank for a business overdraft which they secured against my unit. What are my options? I have never missed a payment on the mortgage but I cannot pay out the overdraft I am in the middle of a court case which I will win so I am trying to buy some time. Any Advice would be welcome John

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