Mis Sold Mortage Claim

In March 2015, the Court of Appeal gave judgement in the McWilliam & McWilliam v Norton Finance (UK) Limited.  The case has huge implications for customers who have entered a loan agreement that has been introduced by a credit broker.

Should a customer go through a credit broker to arrange a secured loan, then the consumer is entitled to the “single minded loyalty” of the credit broker;

  • They must act in good faith
  • A secret profit must not be taken
  • They must not place themselves in a position where their duty and their interest may conflict

​Therefore, where a credit broker is paid a secret commission by the lender, the broker and / or lender should disclose the amount to the borrower (customer) for this secret profit. Mellor Solicitors can investigate and assess whether a secret commission has been paid and begin to prepare your claim to ensure the secret profit is paid back to you.

Call us on 0161 624 0387 to receive expert advice from one of our specialist lawyers.

​In most cases, we can offer what are called conditional fee arrangements (“no win, no fee”) and “after the event” insurance to protect you from the costs associated with your case.

Call us on 0161 624 0387 to receive expert advice from one of our specialist lawyers on a no win no fee basis.

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