Didn’t we just finish saying things were unusually quiet in Hoaxtead-land?
As if on cue, just this morning news came in that Neelu Berry’s house has been repossessed by the bank that holds her mortgage. Her friend Butlincat, aka John Graham, posted this on Facebook:On his blog we found the Order for Possession, issued two days ago, which states:
On the 23 February 2017, District Judge Lewis sitting at the County Court at Romford…
Upon hearing the Solicitor’s Agent for the Claimant and Defendant not attending
and the court orders that
1. The defendant give the claimant the possession of 3 Peel Drive, Clayhill, Ilford, IG5 0JR on or before 23 March 2017.
2. Money claim adjourned generally with liberty to restore.
It seems that if Neelu does not vacate her house by 23 March, the court will send bailiffs to evict her.
We’re reminded of that time when her car was nearly repossessed (with her in it, frantically trying to reach her “common law lawyer” for advice); and we wonder whether the cause of her current situation is that she believes all that Freeman on the Land woo about not paying one’s bills. Perhaps she’s being advised by the Ghost of Patrick Cullinane?
This certainly helps to explain Neelu’s relative radio silence over the past few weeks. We’ll continue to follow this story.