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A charging order is a restriction placed on your property. It means that when your property is sold the debt, plus interests and costs are paid to us from the net proceeds of the sale. The charging order will remain against the title of the property as long as you owe the debt. We may choose to force the sale of your property to pay the outstanding debt.
If you’ve received a charging order, you should seek independent legal advice.
If the charging order is made final, then the charge and/or restriction will remain on your property until either:
A charging order will only apply to your share of the property.
If the debt exceeds £5,000, statutory interest (which is currently 8% above the Bank of England base rate) is incurred. This is chargeable from the date the interim order is awarded.
Before you pay the debt, please get a redemption amount from us. This will include the debt you owe, plus other costs and interest if applicable.
Follow these steps, to request a redemption amount: