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  4. Hi johnny,
    Is property clause appropriate? and
    Home equity clause the same thing or
    What is the difference.

  5. Hi Johhny,
    I have agreed an iva proposal with payplan 5 years ago feb 2009.
    I have paid £380per month last 5 years.
    I have offered £420. per month for next 12 months for equity release year.
    I tried remoorgate my flat and rejected twice.
    In my proposal say it is a protocol compliant iva.
    My equity is very high more than 85 percent.
    I have asked them where abouts of my home equity clause
    They say it is not there and theycan not included after 5 years.is there any way to restate the home equity clause?

    But I have noticed a small print in my proposals says:
    “Is property clause appropriate?yes”
    I do not understand the meaning of this yes and property clause.
    Payplan compliance department has started deal with my concerns now.I have not heard anything from them last two days.There is a big silence which worries me if creditors reject my proposal of paying and force me to sell my property.
    What do you advice.

    • Hello Alexander, many thanks for visiting my site.

      I have passed your queries onto somebody who has a deeper understanding of IVA’s.

      Have you by any chance done a land registry search on your property, to see if the IVA company holds a charge over the property?

      Would you also be able to send me a clear copy of your IVA agreement? If so please send to jd(you know what goes here, hint “AT sign”)johnnydebt.co.uk Sorry for the code, I get a lot of spam.

      • Hi Jonny,
        Thank you for responding to me.
        When I sign iva 5 years ago I was asked to sign and return a document which allows iva ip to put a stop in case of I would like to sell my house.
        I have not check with land registry if they applyed on my flat yet.but
        I can check.
        Why is important this could you explain please.

  6. Hi Jonny.
    I have been to land registry site.but how I know if iva has put condtoon on my flat.
    Many thanks

  7. 54,200 invested in SIPP. Company proposed a CVA which was accepted. Is there a minimum percentage that any creditor can expect as is not clear on arrangement?

  8. Please can you help with an imminent eviction. I don’t think the warrant is valid and would like to stop this going ahead.

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