UCT  Case Studies

Some examples of successes with UCT trusts in the current system.

 

Case study 1: ASSET Protection

A Family Trust under UCT has named their house as an asset protected by their Family Trust. The Family Trust document was then lodged at Land Registry, accompanied by the appropriate forms. This became the basis of a Restriction on the Title, whereby if any charge is placed on the property, the chargor needs to confirm that they have given written notice of their intentions 28 days prior to placing it. This gives the Family Trust time to object and pass the matter to Land Registry for adjudication before proceeding. 

case study 2: Mortgage shortfall cancellation

A Sovereign Community Trust intervened when a pensioner was being chased by her bank for a mortgage shortfall of over £65,000. When the Trust intervened on her behalf, asking pertinent questions, eventually the bank wrote the debt off, paid £200 compensation and sent a food hamper to the Trust address.

case study 3: use of giro credit slip as payment

A Sovereign Community Trust paid off someone’s tax bill for over £13,000 with a Bank Giro Credit Slip that was turned into a Promissory Note, and had no other form of payment enclosed.

 

A subsequent Data Subject Access Request was then made to the bank that is was sent to, with their reply confirming that it had been accepted and had been treated as a cheque.

case study 4: credit card and loan cancellations

We have numerous examples where debts were cancelled or reduced by original creditors or debt collection agencies when a Sovereign Community Trust intervened and asked questions about the accounts.

 

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We do not claim, however, to be experts in legal, lawful or other matters, and the responsibility falls on you to research thoroughly any advice or suggestions we may offer in good faith, before you choose to act on the information.

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