Lump Sum Order
The wife shall pay or cause to be paid to the husband a lump sum of £22,500 before 3 July 2015.
For avoidance of doubt, no interest shall be paid on any unpaid sum on the basis of the default position re sale provided for below.
In default of paragraph 1 above the family home shall be sold immediately and the property shall be marketed initially at a price not less than £265,000 and shall be sold for such a price as agreed between the parties or in default of such agreement as determined by the court.
Not that I don't want to - just that I don't have a permanent job and I have loads of debts which he was happy to leave me with so don't feel I am in a position financially to pay it to him.
If you don't have an answer on this please say so and I will go elsewhere
That's great - the end of the court order says if I don't pay but have the means then I may go to prison?! I think its a standard Enforcement of Undertaking for the payment of money.
He also says I have to put the house on for £265,000 but the order says not less than and the market value is £295,000 so I assumed I could put on for £295,000 at least to start
It is attached to the end and is titled PRACTICE DIRECTION 33A FPR 2010- ENFORCEMENT OF UNDERTAKINGS
There is an enforcement of undertaking to do or abstain from doing any act other than the payment of money which we have both signed and then an Enforcement of undertaking for the payment of money which has not been signed