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Family complains after house seized and sold for Bt2mn over Bt17,000 student debt

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10 minutes ago, A1Str8 said:

The debt has to reach a certain amount to repossess a house. So that's breaking the law. Take them to court. 

What law and what amount? "A certain amount" is somewhat vague.

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9 minutes ago, Bob A Kneale said:

Perhaps the father offered it as security!

nonchalantly... Image result for i will gladly pay your tuesday for a hamburger today 

 

tuesday came and went, very quickly

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Seems to be a few holes in the story

I don't see if it was a bank or whoever 

If they have a actual Mortgage or a Kai Phar - very silly thing to do (gives them outright posession )

It doesn't seem to matter who holds the Chanote they can sieze it 

 

For example - A mother & child owning 50% each of the property 

They still come knocking

How long is not a while holding it at 17,000 must of increased quite a bit as alot of them just give up due to not affording it 

 

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2 minutes ago, BEVUP said:

Seems to be a few holes in the story

I don't see if it was a bank or whoever 

If they have a actual Mortgage or a Kai Phar - very silly thing to do (gives them outright posession )

It doesn't seem to matter who holds the Chanote they can sieze it 

 

For example - A mother & child owning 50% each of the property 

They still come knocking

How long is not a while holding it at 17,000 must of increased quite a bit as alot of them just give up due to not affording it 

 

I am sure there are some holes in this story.

 

I never knew that student loans were covered by houses of parents. Also it seems strange to sell a house over a 17 k debt.

 

I also suspect that there were many letters send and ignored. If not its a great injustice.  

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45 minutes ago, BEVUP said:

 

For example - A mother & child owning 50% each of the property 

The father owned the property.

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