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Offline mhh

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Particularly with the value of your cars you need to get the process sorted.
Good luck.

The process is sorted. We are in retribution mode.



Offline 360c

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The process is sorted. We are in retribution mode.

Let the fun begin  :mischief:



Offline dodger

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The process is sorted. We are in retribution mode.

Good,  I think retribution is highly underrated.  :gnasher:



Offline robertb

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Thank you. I've commenced the grievance process by writing to Assetline and will follow it up with a complaint to the CIO.
Mark don't waste your valuable time with the above .

They will shuffle it around for a year and come back with some insane answer.




Offline robertb

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You can't place a caveat on a property without very good reason and proof you would think the same should apply to any asset. They didn't have a financial interest in the car they had a financial interest in whoever borrowed the money.
Gone are the days when you could just place a caveat on a property with little cause ,before the new credit laws came in ,one could place a caveat on a property for costs with permission of the owner and it would stay until the debt was paid or the property sold.
Not now ,if the owner complains to LTO it will be removed and in fact serious fines can be put upon those placing the interest on the property.

as a side note pre the the Credit laws at anyone time my old business would lodge a caveat for unpaid costs and just let it sit there till paid out or a property settlement .....it was a terrific little earner.