132500. The current solicitors agreement is for a 60/40 split in my favour with all contents of the property to be retained by me with specific listed exceptions. The solicitors letter also states clearly that any attempt to move back into the property would be met with an immediate application for occupation order preventing such an action until such time as the property is sold.
No we were never married
Sorry that answer got cut off. The property is worth 200000 and the outstanding mortgage is 132500
It is a nice quality fully refurbished house marketed at the right price. We have had an recent offer but unfortunately the buyer withdrew at a late stage. We can buy her out in June this year because of my current partners financial commitments. This offer has been made clearly to her via a solicitor in the past but has been rejected in favour of an earlier sale, hence the reason for it being marketed at the moment. Which is why I'm concerned over what amounts to threatening behaviour to move in with her new husband 1 month ahead of the point at which we can apply to buy her out. Does she have any legal right to act in this way. Can she carry out her threat. Do I need to take any action. Should I be applying for an occupation order. Are there any other concerns that I should have about this situation?
Because she had stopped paying the mortgage when she left the property and it was agreed that my split should reflect this.