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Posted - 26 March 2014 :  18:14:17  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Well there was I getting very happy as my BR fell off my credit file yesterday (yippee). 6 years have flown by. When suddenly I have another problem that I need advice from.

I am now divorced from my ex-wife. She too went BR IN 2010 and I purchased her Beneficial Interest in the House. She has gone but there is still a Mortgage in joint names and so I appear to have a financial connection with her. I alone pay the Mortgage but the BS will not take her off the mortgage without either her permission(I have no idea where she is) or unless I settle the Mortgage. Any got £192,000 I could borrow. Apart from a notice of Correction, How can I get this "Association" removed?



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Posted - 26 March 2014 :  18:20:34  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Unfortunately you can't. You can try and get a Notice of Disassociation put on the credit records.

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