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Old Apr 19th 2009, 11:17 am
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A mate has taken out rather a big loan over here with HSBC, and unsecured loan for AED 270,000.

Now things are ok, but this person wants to know if anything went wrong, like she lost her job or even died, would this debt be passed onto her parents??

She had to give a UK address, which was her parents, but no-one guaranteed the loan, it's all on her.

Any ideas? I said I very much doubt it, but she just wants to know.

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Old Apr 19th 2009, 11:19 am
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A mate has taken out rather a big loan over here with HSBC, and unsecured loan for AED 270,000.

Now things are ok, but this person wants to know if anything went wrong, like she lost her job or even died, would this debt be passed onto her parents??

She had to give a UK address, which was her parents, but no-one guaranteed the loan, it's all on her.

Any ideas? I said I very much doubt it, but she just wants to know.

Ta.
the debt wouldn't be passed onto her parents, the reason the bank ask for a UK contact is so they can track her down if she does a runner, though I could be wrong. Meow will know I hope this friend doesn't lose her job.
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Old Apr 19th 2009, 11:22 am
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the debt wouldn't be passed onto her parents, the reason the bank ask for a UK contact is so they can track her down if she does a runner, though I could be wrong. Meow will know I hope this friend doesn't lose her job.
If she does she's out of this country quicker than shit through a goose.
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If she does she's out of this country quicker than shit through a goose.
what did she need a loan for that amount for? rent? car?
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what did she need a loan for that amount for? rent? car?
does it matter nosey
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does it matter nosey
I couldn't give a toss, it's her bad judgement not mine, just curious why she would need such a large loan that's all
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Old Apr 19th 2009, 11:39 am
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does it matter nosey
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A mate has taken out rather a big loan over here with HSBC, and unsecured loan for AED 270,000.

Now things are ok, but this person wants to know if anything went wrong, like she lost her job or even died, would this debt be passed onto her parents??

She had to give a UK address, which was her parents, but no-one guaranteed the loan, it's all on her.

Any ideas? I said I very much doubt it, but she just wants to know.

Ta.

Do you think they ever check your uk address after all in the passport there is no address, your company probably dont know where you live, all my contact was through e mail and phone
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In the UK, on death, debts are payable by your estate, assuming there are sufficient assets to cover them. Debts cannot usually be passed onto to anyone else, whether spouse or partner, unless they were in joint names or acted as a guarantor.

Hope that helps.

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In the UK, on death, debts are payable by your estate, assuming there are sufficient assets to cover them. Debts cannot usually be passed onto to anyone else, whether spouse or partner, unless they were in joint names or acted as a guarantor.

Hope that helps.

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Does this include credit card debts, I was always under the impression these died with you, although when my son died the credit card companies did try to get them but I told them where to go and they never came back and asked again
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Old Apr 19th 2009, 1:08 pm
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In the UK, on death, debts are payable by your estate, assuming there are sufficient assets to cover them. Debts cannot usually be passed onto to anyone else, whether spouse or partner, unless they were in joint names or acted as a guarantor.

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But the loan is with HSBC out here. If she died, would they try and get teh cash from her parents back in the UK?
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But the loan is with HSBC out here. If she died, would they try and get teh cash from her parents back in the UK?
doubt it, is she planning on dying or something?
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Old Apr 19th 2009, 1:29 pm
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doubt it, is she planning on dying or something?
no, but she is worried as her parents are old and have little money.
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no, but she is worried as her parents are old and have little money.
then I suggest she thinks of some way to get it paid off ASAP, god help her if she is made redundant
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then I suggest she thinks of some way to get it paid off ASAP, god help her if she is made redundant
This, dear Bluecat, is why I am asking.
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