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    (Original post by Democracy2013)
    I originally said that bankrupt's families suffer indirectly by losing their family home. You said this wasn't the case under Insolvency Act c/o ToLATA (Trust of Land). I then pointed out to you the reality is that OR/ Trustee/ Mortgagees powers will likely result in the loss of the family home in one way or another, whether through land charge or possession/ sale orders.

    Rather than addressing these points you gravitated to an almost pro bank/ OR stance.
    You still haven't shown me where I supposedly said this, your just asserting it one again. Asking you to evidence your assertions has become too tiresome, so I'm leaving this debate here. Farewell.
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    How am I supposed to debate with you when you can't even remember what you said or why you said it. It was you who brought ToLATA 1996 into the equation when I said the bankrupt's family suffer indirectly via loss of the family home. I was going to raise equity into the possession order aspect into this debate, but if the current debate is anything to go on, I fear you will lose track of your own ideas again. Hmm
 
 
 
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