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- The accountants may not withdraw from the court until all debts and arrears are fully paid.
- Reducing arrears means more money for services and housing improvements.
- He's fallen into arrears, and the mortgage company is repossessing it on Monday.
- The council is chasing a total of £4.7m in rent arrears throughout the borough.
- Because of rent arrears, the district council repossessed the building in 2000.
- Every two weeks, the council reassesses the balance-sheets on outstanding rent arrears.
- They wait until the arrears accumulate before they can take any action at all.
- She agreed that all the money was now gone but said most of it had gone towards repayment of debts and arrears.
- York housing chiefs today unveiled plans to make savings by toughening up on the collection of rent arrears.
- The level of rent arrears does not, and cannot, affect the level of residents' council tax.
- She had been planning to sell the perfume and use the cash to pay off her rent arrears.
- After all, the arrears of rent were quite small compared to the alleged value of the inventory.
- Camden council, where I live, never tires of bragging of how it evicts people with rent arrears.
- The report says a record number of people are getting into debt and that the most common debt in Scotland is council tax arrears.
- However, the city of New York was about to foreclose on the building for arrears of property taxes.
- The company owes six million leva in VAT and a further six million leva in other tax arrears.
- One side of the Council is issuing housing benefit, while on the other it takes court action when arrears build up.
- Two weeks ago the Keighley News revealed that she had stood for election even though she was in council tax arrears.
- There is need to end the problem of housing allowance arrears once and for all.
- Her arrears dated back several years and had built up because she had struggled financially as a single mother.