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Defending an App to take control of the FMH sale

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23 Jul 12 #344825 by maisymoos
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dukey wrote:

So the valuation was actually nine months old, and a firm offer received, yup that would do it, it seems wrong but it cuts both ways, both if property goes up and down, talk about it not being an exact science, this is a perfect example.


My solicitor is quite shocked by Fridays decision and is very surprised that the Judge didn''t allow the property to be marketed at the reduced price for more than the one week that it was. It was a Part time Judge. She believes if it had been one of the full time regular judges the decision would have been different!:(

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23 Jul 12 #344827 by dukey
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Can`t say i`m over joyed at the decision myself, it is one of those that can go either way though, did your solicitor know the judge?.

Long story short there is little that can be done, in fact nothing that does not risk further costs.

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