she did through the divorce but I do not think so now
The Respondent is my Ex and on the section of the loan the Court Order reads
And upon the Respondent agreeing and undertaking to the Applicant and the Court that she will make of £579.72 in respect of the Barclays loan on the former matrimonial home property at***** Rochford, Essex, SS4 1TA (registered at HM Land Registry with title number EX40520) (the “property”) on the 25th November 2013. Thereafter, the December payment shall be paid on 9 December 2013.
And Upon the Applicant and Respondent agreeing and undertaking to each other that they will then continue to jointly deal with the Barclays loan secured on the above Property with payments at the registered amount (currently £511.08) to be divided equally between the parties made on the 5th of each month in accordance with the arrangements with Barclays from January 2014 until clearance.
Hi Excellent thank you for that. Your starting point is to write a polite letter to your ex setting out this proposal and saying that if she does not accept it then you will apply to the courts to enforce the Order which will involve her in extra costs. If she does not respond then you can indeed apply to the Court on a Form D11 and ask to enforce the Order by way of suggesting the set up that you have suggested. I would expect the court to agree with you! I hope that this is of assistance - please ask if you need further details Clare