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  • Scotland - Repossession

    From 30th Sept 2010

    The Homeowner and Debtor Protection (Scotland) Act, provides the strongest legislative protection anywhere in the UK for those at risk of repossession.

    All cases will now be heard in court with lenders required to prove that they have taken reasonable steps to avoid repossession.

    And for the first time, advice agencies will also be able to play a greater role in supporting and representing people in court.

    A new website, A guide for homeowners and advisers to Repossessions in Scotland - Keeping Your Home has been created to give information for home owners and advice agencies about the new protection available.

    >>>>Advice for homeowners in scotland

    Shelter Scotland - mortgage_arrears
    Last edited by Tools; 12th September 2013, 22:58:PM.
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