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This is very interesting, do I take it that when the trustee in my husbands bankruptcy offered to sell me what had then become his (the trustee) interest in the property, he didn''t in fact have the right to sell it to me because the creditors with the charging orders had first dibs anyway? I must confess that I do feel something was very wrong with that process and needs looking into. One thing that strikes me now is that the official receiver and myself used the same solicitor, I had to send a cheque for £211, £1 to buy husbands beneficial interest, and £210 legal fees. I now realise that was quite possibly a conflict of interest.
Not happy at all!