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Does s140 CCA apply to mortgages?

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  • #31
    Originally posted by pt2537 View Post

    Simple answer is, no, the 1974 Act doesnt apply to first charge mortgages
    Paul, you are incorrect here. Not sure what happens next,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, you need to check? TBH honest with you, i sent you an email trying to confirm your email address. You and a few other solicitors like to seem to tout your CCA prowess, in actual fact your success ratio is low. If it was higher then you'd tout them in your sig too and not some old shite.

    Go on, indulge me. 1974 act applies to mortgages................... you spell out how it doesn't ?

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    • #32
      I neither agreed nor disagreed.
      Lawyer (solicitor) - retired from practice, now in academia. I do not advise by PM.

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      • #33
        Originally posted by atticus View Post
        I neither agreed nor disagreed.
        So when you said "they answer it", what did you understand was the answer ?

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        • #34
          Mr Court. You asked why The FCA would do something. I pointed to their statement of their reasons for doing that thing (which it transpired you had read). That seemed to me to be an answer to your question. Whether I understand their reasons is of no relevance.

          Over and out.

          Lawyer (solicitor) - retired from practice, now in academia. I do not advise by PM.

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          • #35
            Originally posted by atticus View Post
            Mr Court. You asked why The FCA would do something. I pointed to their statement of their reasons for doing that thing (which it transpired you had read). That seemed to me to be an answer to your question. Whether I understand their reasons is of no relevance.

            Over and out.
            Hi Atticus,
            i'd like to thank you for your responses so far, and i really mean that. You appear stumped at a further response or advice, you appear to dip your toe out at this point. I understand that. For my part, my questions and statements are adverserial, i'd sooner fail here with assertions than fail in a court, hence why i am posting here. I'm very nervous, i've a lot riding on it. But to get back to the point of this thread, and lots more i've read on the internet............... its untrue that the CCA does not apply to 1st Charge Mortgages. Like i pointed out, it may or may not do. In my case it does apply to me and i take task with people giving the wrong information, i've spent 12 months researching this stuff. You will of course reference my own post regarding this situation, that will help you clarify things. But if i was you and you don't know about stuff then i'd stop posting advice on stuff i don't know about.

            For me as its 100% certain i am going to court then i'm gonna need a lot of help and advice, i'll ask that in my own thread. Luckily, i understand the laws, procedures are going to be a different matter.

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            • #36
              Originally posted by atticus View Post
              Mr Court. You asked why The FCA would do something. I pointed to their statement of their reasons for doing that thing (which it transpired you had read). That seemed to me to be an answer to your question. Whether I understand their reasons is of no relevance.

              Over and out.
              "transpired" How did me producing something in the public domain ............"transpire" ? Its a public document , there is no "transpire" about it. I really hope i get the calibre of brief as you two against me.

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              • #37
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                Lawyer (solicitor) - retired from practice, now in academia. I do not advise by PM.

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