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Includes information about the relationship between a land owner and a money lender such as a bank or building society where the building society lends money on the security of the property, usually by imposing a charge, which is cancelled on full payment of the outstanding money owed. See also building societies.



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Mortgages

The types of loan you can use to buy a house or flat that are paid off over a long period of time. The loan is secured on the property, which means that the mortgage lender can go to court to evict you if you do not keep up the repayments, or if you break the terms of the mortgage agreement.

8 Mortgage and money problems

A mortgage is a loan secured on a property. If you do not keep up your repayments, the lender can go to court for an order to repossess and sell your home.
Provided by CLS Direct
10 Endowment mortgages

A guide on what to do if you are worried that your endowment won't pay off your mortgage. Also explains how to make a complaint.
Provided by Financial Services Authority
3 How mortgages work

Explains the different repayment and interest options that are available for you if you need a mortgage. Also covers joint mortgages, mortgage protection and government standards on charges, access and terms. This page only applies ot England.
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Buying & Selling Property
This leaflet explains your legal rights and tells you how to deal with many of the common problems you may have with buying or selling a house or flat. Download Buying and ...
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Last Updated: 27 Sep 16


What are the powers of bailiffs & debt collectors?
Bailiffs are employed by creditors to collect debts owed to them and may seize your goods as a form of payment. Creditors may at some stage use bailiffs to ...
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