How Do You Stop a Repossession Order?

How Do You Stop a Repossession Order?

If you want to Stop a Repossession Order, when you receive your Court Hearing notice for repossession, you must attend the hearing if you want to stay in your home. If you have arrears, the judge must grant a possession order to your lender, usually for 28 days.

However, the judge has the power to Stop a Repossession Order if you can show genuine reasons why he or she should do so. You must supply as much evidence and information to the Court as possible to have any chance of the judge being able to suspend the order and postpone your eviction and repossession.

 

What does Stop a Repossession Order Mean?

  • To Stop a Repossession Order means it gives you time to complete your agreement with the Court
  • If you don’t keep to the agreement your lender will apply for the Suspend a Possession Order to stand
  • If the judge agrees, your lender can apply for a bailiffs possession warrant
  • If you complete your agreement with the Court then you can apply for the Possession Order to be scrapped

What Are My Options?

Keep to any agreement that you make with the Court to Stop a Repossession Order, whether it is for payment of arrears, or for more time to sell your property. If you face further difficulties make sure that you inform your lender and the Court.

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