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can i get help understand a court order?

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can i get help understand a court order?
Submitted: 3 years ago.
Category: Family Law
Expert:  UKSolicitorJA replied 3 years ago.
-Could you explain your situation a little more?
Customer: replied 3 years ago.

yes, at the time of my divorce the court issued a final order, and to be honest i can not make head nor tail of it.


it was my understanding at first that the house had to be put on the market for sale April 2015


 


i read through the court order again today and it is now my understanding that the house be either sold or she buy me out by April 2015, i have typed in the section that i need help with could you clarify this for me in term i can understand.


 


By 4pm on 14 May, 2010, the Respondent do transfer to the Petitioner all his
legal estate and beneficial interest in 118 Feenan Highway and thereafter the
property do stand charged by way of legal charge as security for the payment
to the Respondent of a lump sum equal to 24.29 per cent of the actual proceeds
of sale (as defined at paragraph 5 below) PROVIDED ALWAYS that such
charge be not exercisabie until-

a the death of the Petitioner; or



b the remarriage of the Petitioner; or



c the cohabitation of the Petitioner with another person as man and wife
for a period of six months in any twelve month period; or



d voluntary vacation of 118 Feenan Highway by the Petitioner for a period


in excess of six months in any twelve month period; or



e any dealing with or sale of 118 Feenan Highway by the Petitioner
(save in the event that the Petitioner either remortgages 118 Feenan
Highway with the consent of the Respondent in writing pursuant to her
undertaking set out at recital (4c) above or purchases a new property
pursuant to paragraph 4 below); or



f 13 April,2015;

whichever shall first occur or further order of the court.


 


 


 


 

Customer: replied 3 years ago.

hello are you still there?

Customer: replied 3 years ago.
Relist: Answer came too late.
i have been waiting 4 hours for an answer, which i wouldn't mind if someone would have told me it was going to take longer, i stated that i wanted this dealt with as a priority