What is an N244 form used for?2023-09-07T09:36:14+00:00

What is an N244 Form Used for?

The N244 form is an official Court Application Form used by the County Court for a number of different applications.

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What is an N244 Form Used for?

We use the N244 Application Form to apply for an Emergency Court Hearing to get your case in front of a Judge so they can decide whether or not to Suspend your Eviction Notice that your Lender has secured against you.

By acting swiftly we can assist in completing the N244. It is important that the content supplied on the N244 application is detailed and concise. By completing the N244 properly we can ensure you achieve an Emergency Hearing and have your case assessed by a judge.

A defence must also be prepared before submitting the N244 as emergency hearings can happen quickly sometimes within 24 hourrs. We help you prepare the best defence possible.

We’ve been fighting on the side of homeowner’s for a long time. We will always aim to help you keep your home, whatever your situation or circumstances.


How to Stop Repossession

Make sure you talk to your lender

1. Don’t take emergency finance

Other companies may have misled you into believing that a bridging loan or short-term finance is your best or even only choice. That’s not true. The temporary relief will be short-lived when you are facing repossession for a much higher sum.

Try not panic and stay calm

2. Don’t accept a quick sale

In desperate situations, you may be tempted to accept a below-market-value “instant cash” offer on your home. Avoid quick sale companies at all costs—they profit from your misfortune. We can provide better options.

 Review household expenditure

3. Get us to help

We can help you navigate through your options. We will force your lender to give you time to make a decision that suits you. Our first step is to assess affordability for you to keep the property long-term. If this is not an option, then we will ensure you speak to regulated finance professionals or have time to sell your property on the open market.

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