- Fri May 16, 2014 11:54 am
Hi and welcome
Assuming that there are no inhabitation orders on the property you should be OK to sell but in reality it may be worth checking before looking to sell.
You should really check with the Land Registry to see if anything has been marked against the property. I suggest going via the Registers of Scotland (RoS) (http://www.ros.gov.uk/index.html
). Searching there will not alert any other party, as this is totally separate to credit files.
If there is an inhibition in place, then that will need to be dealt with, potentially before any sale can take place.
It is a shame that the creditors didn't acknowledge your new address, as that could have proved very useful if you needed to challenge an action they have taken.