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Includes information on the circumstances in which a landlord can repossess his property. Also includes information about when a building society can repossess a property because of failure to pay a mortgage.



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Repossession of homes

What to do if you are in danger of having your home repossessed by your landlord, including repossession because you cannot keep up with the mortgage payments.

2 Repossession

As a home owner, you can only be evicted if your lender or freeholder has a legal reason (grounds) and the correct procedure is followed. Repossession doesn't happen automatically. It may be possible to stop the eviction at any stage in the process.
Provided by Shelter
9 Rent arrears

Information about what you may be able to do if you have rent arrears. This information only applies to England.
Provided by Shelter
10 Mortgage shortfalls

Explains what a mortgage shortfall is and how long you can be pursued for the debt. Includes what to do if you dispute the amount and how to negotiate repayments.
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Losing your Home - Legal Information
There are laws to help you if you have nowhere to live, whether it's because you're being unfairly evicted by your landlord, or you or your children are not safe ...
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Last Updated: 27 Sep 16


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