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Just a bit of on the ground information for you all.

Most county courts have dates set aside for hearing a particular type of possession case and one such date will list all mortgage possession claims. There is usually 2 or 3 [mortgage] days a month.

I have just seen that Leeds County Court now has 5 [mortgage] possession dates in January (2 of which are recently added dates), 3 in February and 5 in March. This has to be due to an increase in possession applications.

The crunch is starting to trickle through. Keep your spirits up, I don't think it can be long now.

[Edit - made it slightly clearer.]

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When I worked in a court, between the signifcant dates of 1989-1995,we called them "legal charge days." At the height of repossessions, we had 2-3 days listed each week. I have spoken to an associate who remains in this area and they have confirmed they are witnessing a similar pattern.

It is not different this time!!!

When I worked in a court, between the signifcant dates of 1989-1995, we called them "legal charge days." At the height of repossessions, we had 2-3 hearing days listed each week. I have spoken to an associate who remains in this area and they have confirmed that they are witnessing a similar pattern.

It is not different this time!!!

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When I worked in a court, between the signifcant dates of 1989-1995,we called them "legal charge days." At the height of repossessions, we had 2-3 days listed each week. I have spoken to an associate who remains in this area and they have confirmed they are witnessing a similar pattern.

It is not different this time!!!

When I worked in a court, between the signifcant dates of 1989-1995, we called them "legal charge days." At the height of repossessions, we had 2-3 hearing days listed each week. I have spoken to an associate who remains in this area and they have confirmed that they are witnessing a similar pattern.

It is not different this time!!!

Is there an echo in the room? :D

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Just a bit of on the ground information for you all.

Most county courts have dates set aside for hearing a particular type of possession case and one such date will list all mortgage possession claims. There is usually 2 or 3 [mortgage] days a month.

I have just seen that Leeds County Court now has 5 [mortgage] possession dates in January (2 of which are recently added dates), 3 in February and 5 in March. This has to be due to an increase in possession applications.

The crunch is starting to trickle through. Keep your spirits up, I don't think it can be long now.

Nice post TMTTC.

Is this kind of information available on the web?

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