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    #16
    JpKeates is correct on his understanding of granting Vacant Possession but not adhering to the requirement. Don’t kick up a fuss with TMW as you might not like it if you were asked to repay the mortgage, unlikely but never take such things for granted.

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      #17
      & Beware you may already now be on the National "Hunter" system that records persons with loans/credit deals that were... err.. based on might appear to be "iffy" info.

      Designed to flag warning red flags to any lender when later approached.

      See...
      https://www.nhunter.co.uk/howitworks/
      I am legally unqualified: If you need to rely on advice check it with a suitable authority - eg a solicitor specialising in landlord/tenant law...

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