Court sees more repossessions
by Will Davies The credit crunch has seen an unwelcome effect on the borough s homeowners after figures show a surge in repossession claims. According to the Ministry of Justice statistics, Willesden County Court has seen a 31 per cent in
by Will Davies
The credit crunch has seen an unwelcome effect on the borough's homeowners after figures show a surge in repossession claims.
According to the Ministry of Justice statistics, Willesden County Court has seen a 31 per cent increase in legal action with 130 out of the 247 applications pertaining to homes in Brent.
The bleak findings are predicted to see a rise in homeless families seeking help from the council.
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John Egboche, manager of the tenancy protection team at Willesden County Court Advice and Law Advocacy Service (LAS) said: "We know that for the next couple of months we are going to be very busy."
However, a council spokesman said they were estimating just one per cent of people it accepted as homeless.
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