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AdamAnt87 - 04 May, 2017 05:59PM
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Re: Buying a house before Decree Absolute *urgent advice needed*
Bubblegum - 04 May, 2017 07:06PM
You've had the benefit of paid legal advice from a solicitor and they have alerted you to a potential hazard.
Can you not delay completion. My Absolute came back from my local court within a week.
Nothing is certain until you have received a sealed order from the court - which you have not. Also the Order is not enforceable until the decree absolute is issued.

I would try to stall the completion by a few weeks.
Re: Buying a house before Decree Absolute *urgent advice needed*
AdamAnt87 - 04 May, 2017 08:00PM
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Re: Buying a house before Decree Absolute *urgent advice needed*
Bubblegum - 04 May, 2017 08:13PM
Maybe your parents could register a charge on the property to protect their interest and draw up a proper loan agreement. Worth asking your solicitor if that would offer you the necessary protection. If you're listed as litigant in person you can contact the court yourself - not sure why you had to rely on the other solicitor to update you.
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