1. Covid: Car loan lenders can seize vehicles from February  BBC News
  2. Mortgage repossession ban set to be extended until April - Your Money  Your Money
  3. Car repossessions allowed to recommence on January 31, despite FCA extending help for mortgages  Car Dealer Magazine
  4. FCA to extend property repossessions ban until April  Mortgage Solutions
  5. Ban on house repossessions extended but cars and goods to be seized within weeks  Telegraph.co.uk
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A ban on repossession of vehicles will end but, for homes. will be extended for two months, new plans say.A ban on repossession of vehicles will end but, for homes. will be extended for two months, new plans say.

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The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is proposing extending the ban on mortgage lenders repossessing homes from 31 January to 1 April 2021 – but re-starting repossessions for cars and other assets.The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is proposing extending the ban on mortgage lenders repossessing homes from 31 January to 1 April 2021 – but re-starting repossessions for cars and other assets.

Mortgage repossession ban set to be extended until April - Your Money

Car repossessions will be allowed to recommence at the end of this month despite the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) extending help for mortgages. TheCar repossessions will be allowed to recommence at the end of this month despite the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) extending help for mortgages. The

Car repossessions allowed to recommence on January 31, despite FCA extending help for mortgages – Car Dealer Magazine

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is planning to extend its ban on mortgage repossessions to 1 April.

FCA to extend property repossessions ban until April - Mortgage Solutions

Credit firms allowed to seize items from customers who cannot afford to repay from Jan 31Credit firms allowed to seize items from customers who cannot afford to repay from Jan 31

Ban on house repossessions extended but cars and goods to be seized within weeks

British banks should avoid repossessing homes of mortgage customers for another three months but may repossess cars after the reimposition of tough lockdown restrictions across the UK, the Financial Conduct Authority proposed on Wednesday.British banks should avoid repossessing homes of mortgage customers for another three months but may repossess cars after the reimposition of tough lockdown restrictions across the UK, the Financial Conduct Authority proposed on Wednesday.

You can repossess cars but not homes during Covid, watchdog tells UK banks